Simulation is one of Florida’s most-robust industries, with the state annually hosting one of the largest trade shows in the world. The National Center for Simulation has elected a new board of directors, adding a 20-year tech industry veteran and a longtime simulation expert who specializes in human performance technology.
Aptima Vice President of Products Janet Sprull and Technology Associates and Products Dan Ketchen will join the board for a three-year term. Re-elected to three-year terms were Brian Holmes of Quantum 3D Government Systems, Mary Trier of Capital Communications & Consulting, Angela Alban of Simetri, Marni Spence of CliftonLarsonAllen and Bill Reuter of R-Squared Solutions.
The group joins representatives from UCF, Bohemia Interactive Simulations, Florida High Tech Corridor Council, Lockheed Martin, Walt Disney World, Orange County and other private companies on the board.