IXTROM FEATURED IN FRONTLINE MAGAZINE AS PART OF AN ONGOING DISCUSSION ON THE EVOLUTION OF DIGITALLY SIMULATED TRAINING ENVIRONMENTS.
Magog, Quebec, February 7th, 2019 – In a recent article published by Front Line Magazine, IXTROM President and CEO Soledad R. Bourque discusses the limitations of existing, digitally simulated training solutions and provides insight into what the future may look like for the Canadian Armed Forces.
“Effective real-time data management is a main factor for success,” asserts Bourque. This is especially important for maximizing learning potential and decision-making processes. In next-generation training solutions, actions must flow with ease while being monitored and traced.
The future, as they say, “is now,” and the government of Canada recognizes this, making every effort to assist in the implementation of such revolutionary technologies.
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IXTROM specializes in software engineering and the development of intelligent and innovative solutions that provide users with Situational Awareness and Command, Control, Communications and Computer, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance capabilities (C4ISR). They provide state-of-the- art solutions with a unique framework, enabling seamless interoperability, cross-agency collaboration and enhanced interconnectivity to support rapid, coordinated and safe responses to real-world threats.
IXTROM recognizes that in critical moments, every second counts. In order for responders to make the best decisions when it matters, their training environment should reflect the challenges they face in the real world. Real-time, uninterrupted feedback in both training and performance analysis is the greatest predictor of mission success. This understanding has helped IXTROM lay the foundation of a strong company culture and consistently challenge the status quo of traditional market offerings.
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