LuxCarta has joined the European Training and Simulation Association (ETSA). The company has been targeting simulation and training opportunities with its geodata portfolio of global land use/land cover and 500+ geospecific cities and believes ETSA membership will help foster more meaningful relationships in this community.
“We believe our expertise developed for the global telecom space – namely our ability to rapidly build large-area coverage of entire cities, regions and even countries – is equally applicable to the simulation and training space,” explained Albéric Maumy, MD of LuxCarta.
“We had a positive response at last year’s I/ITSEC exhibition. We’re continuing to learn about the specific needs and requirements of this community and we’re investing in our R&D and marketing to participate in a larger way.”
The European Training and Simulation Association (ETSA) represents the continent’s training and simulation community and provides an environment for users and suppliers to exchange opportunities, ideas, information and strategies on training and simulation technology and methodology. The group brings together all those that have a professional interest in improving the effectiveness of training and training related interoperability, standards and codes of practice. It represents to governments and other users of training and simulation the non-partisan business interests of the industry.
Graham McIntyre, chairman of ETSA commented: “The training and simulation community in Europe depends on small-to-medium enterprises and ETSA is delighted that a leading company like LuxCarta has joined. ETSA is run by the members for the members and I look forward to their participation.”