New Information Technologies for Training and Education
On May 4th and 5th, 2011, szenaris will present state-of-the-art learning systems for public institutions in the AFCEA trade exhibition in Bonn
The “User Forum for Telecommunication, Computer, Electronics and Automation (AFCEA)” aims to promote the dialog between the industry and research institutions on one side and public institutions and private users on the other side with this event. The theme of this year's exhibition is “Networked Operations through System Integration”. As a specialist for computer- and web based training and virtual 3D simulations, szenaris will take the opportunity to offer a vivid exchange on the potentials of information and communication technologies for training and education.
“The fast propagation of information- and communication technologies has promoted the education infrastructure in general and also especially the training within the Bundeswehr to a great extent”, explains managing director Klaus Bock-Müller. With its products, szenaris provides valuable impetus on how to make the interaction of training and technology even more effective.
The 25th AFCEA trade exhibition will take place in the civic hall of Bad Godesberg. With 107 exhibitors, the participation at this year's exhibition, which is already completely booked out, is at a record level. The event is organised by the AFCEA Bonn e.V., with which numerous renowned companies such as Hewlett-Packard, IBM, SAP and T-Systems are associated. Admission for visitors is free.
More information on the trade exhibition: www.afcea.de
More information on szenaris: www.szenaris.com
szenaris enables the efficient qualification of employees using custom-made learning software and simulation systems. The operation of a complex technical system can be trained as efficiently as the remote operation of a robot or the comprehension of demanding theoretical learning contents. szenaris develops custom-made solutions based on Computer Based Training (CBT), Web Based Training (WBT), simulations in virtual environments (Virtual Reality) and complex team training systems.