Simulation Based Learning

EON Reality at the NAFEMS North America Conference 2012

By October 16, 2012 December 31st, 2019 9 Comments

EON Reality was recently invited to exhibit at NAFEMS North America Conference 2012 on September 11-12 in Washington DC by Dr. Ahmed K. Noor, Old Dominion University to demonstrate 3D Interactive and Simulation based training technology solutions.  Every year, the conference brings together leading visionaries, developers and practitioners of computer-aided engineering (CAE) related technologies and business processes to share relevant trends and roadmaps, to explore common themes, and to address these issues in an open forum. Dr. Noor delivered a keynote presentation titled  “Pathway to Future Virtual Product Creation in the Coming Intelligence / Convergence Era”.  As a global organization dedicated to the advancement and improvement of engineering simulation, NAFEMS’ goal is to provide attendees with insightful content and perspective on how to position their organizations to realize the full potential of CAE.












“Dr. Noor’s Key Note presentation focused on the convergence of technologies and cyber engineering and I believe these complex – interdisciplinary systems will be heavily intertwined with virtual reality and simulation based technologies,” said Frank Botdorf, Dir. of Business Development, EON Reality.

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