Creative Technologies Inc.
Founded in 2006, Creative Technologies Inc. (CTI) quickly earned a reputation for ground-breaking and award-winning defense-related products, drawing from its leaderships’ experience at the US Army’s virtual reality research center (the Institute for Creative Technologies), as well as prior military service and industry. A small, woman-owned business, CTI focuses on developing novel, immersive and cognitive simulation solutions for government and industry training and marketing applications. With headquarters in the heart of Hollywood, California, CTI draws on and leverages the talents and technology of the entertainment industry, including interactive software, film, television and special effects.
CTI’s simulation capabilities include application development and systems integration, along with staffing and support at the location–based institutional, desktop, transportable and mobile level. The company’s creative visualization capabilities in marketing and communications take complex systems, their features and operations, making them intuitive and accessible to a wide range of audiences.
Most recently CTI developed and fielded (in just 11 months) the Call for Fire Trainer – Augmented Virtuality (CFFT-AV), with the Army Research Lab’s Simulation and Training Technology Center (ARL STTC) and Ft. Sill’s Fires Center of Excellence (FCoE). CTI also completed an equipment upgrade and relocation of training simulations and simulators in support of the FCoE, the Field Artillery (FA) School and the Air Defense Artillery School, as part of the SFC Jared C. Monti Hall Mission Simulation Center, Ft. Sill, Oklahoma.
CTI is a proud partner of government and industry alike. In late 2011, as part of the SET/Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) team, CTI was selected by IARPA to produce an experimental training game. The game will train participants to recognize and mitigate cognitive biases that commonly affect intelligence analysis. The program will provide a basis for experimental repeatability and independent validation of effects: a potential aid in identifying critical elements of design for effective analytic training in Serious Games.
In September 2010, CTI teamed with The Boeing Company to produce the innovative Integrated Immersive Training Environment (I2TE), including system capabilities and a demonstration at Fort Leonardwood, Missouri.
CTI is a proud member of the National Center for Simulation and values its ties to Team Orlando.
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