BGI looks forward to attending the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) from November 26 – November 30 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. I/ITSEC is the world’s largest modeling, simulation, and training conference and is the catch all for Simulation and Training business. BGI has attended I/ITSEC for the past 21 years and again this year will be there in force with over a dozen employees supporting demonstrations, customers and our own existing program management and business development initiatives.
Each year there is a strong conference theme, this year’s is “Launching Innovations in Learning: Ready. Set. Disrupt.” This is directly in line with our BGI emphasis of meeting the needs of the customer by thinking outside of the box, inventing, and exploring to ensure that military and civilian personnel are comprehensively trained to face the many challenges posed by the continuously changing environments where they operate. This aggressive solution-oriented pursuit stems from the highest levels of DoD leadership and the history of BGI’s desire to be out in front supporting the warfighter.
BGI’s forward growth demands that we comprehensively understand the ever-evolving and dynamic environments faced by the warfighter, to help us position our core competencies and pipeline. Our ten year vision centers on all aspects of training and I/ITSEC is the ultimate environment to engage our customers and strategic partners and learn about the changing needs and requirements in the industry. The lessons learned from I/ITSEC will flow to the entire BGI team through each of our programs, projects and pursuits. “I also anticipate that all BGI attendees will leave this conference with an enhanced perspective and reenergized to continue with our mission to integrate operational, technical, and engineering expertise to enhance customer capability and add value to aviation, training, defense, and national security programs,” said Phil Dismukes, CEO and Founder.
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