Quantum3D Government Systems to Move Headquarters to Silicon Valley

Quantum3D Government Systems Strengthens and Consolidates its Resources in California, in Preparation for Expanded System-level Contracting Opportunities

Orlando, Fl. – Apr. 26, 2017 – Quantum3D Government Systems, a leading provider of training and simulation services for government applications, today announced it will be relocating its corporate headquarters to Milpitas, California, alongside the existing headquarters of its sister company Quantum3D, Inc. This will allow key functions including program management, engineering, and content creation more efficiently coordinate between the two companies, and will minimize duplication of assets…

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Quantum3D to Supply L-3 with Visual System Software and Services for AWACS DRAGON Flight Crew Training System

Quantum3D Government Systems Wins Contract to Supply its Award-Winning Image Generation Platform as Part of Cooperative Technology Upgrade Program Between U.S. Air Force and NATO

Orlando, Fl.  – April 18, 2017 – Quantum3D Government Systems, a leading provider of training and simulation services for government applications, today announced that it has been awarded a contract from the Link Simulation & Training division of L3 Technologies, Inc. in support of a Flight Crew Training System for the U.S. Air Force’s new Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) for Diminishing Manufacturing Sources Replacement of Avionics for Global Operations and Navigation (DRAGON)…

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Quantum3D Government Systems Announces New Board of Directors

Quantum3D Recruits Three Simulation & Training Industry Luminaries to Guide Expansion of Government Related Services Business

Orlando, Fl.  – Nov. 21, 2016 – Quantum3D Government Systems, a leading provider of training and simulation services for government applications, today announced the appointment of three new directors to its board: Brigadier General Stephen Seay (Ret.), John G. (“Jerry”) Horvath, and Richard P. (“Rick”) Boggs.

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