Recent improvements to simulator technology have enhanced the accuracy and user experience of training simulators, from those with screen displays through to virtual reality systems.
Covering end-use sectors including warehousing and manufacturing as well as dockside container handling, today’s technology allows for customised virtual environments and control systems, to make the process as realistic as possible.
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Christina M. Lanham,
Managing Director, ITI UK
Christina Lanham serves ITI as the Managing Director of its operations in the United Kingdom. Ms. Lanham is responsible for business operations and the successful service of ITI products and services in the United Kingdom.
Ms. Lanham is a veteran of the US Navy where she served eight years and earned three Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medals. Ms. Lanham joined ITI in 2011 and most recently served as the Director of Operations for ITI Holdings, Inc. based in Washington State. Ms. Lanham holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and Bachelor’s Degrees in Human Resource Administration and Computer Information Systems.
Vice President of Sales and Marketing, GlobalSim
Brad Ball is Vice President of GlobalSim, Inc. and leads the sales and marketing efforts for the Salt Lake City based company. GlobalSim designs, builds, and maintains high-end simulators for cranes and heavy equipment. Over the last 25 years, the company has built some of the largest training simulators on the world. Brad is responsible for forming strategic partnerships and marketing the company across the globe – he has presented to groups and organizations in over 55 countries. In his role, he also serves on the company board and advises the product development team.
Brad holds a Bachelors Degree in Finance from the University of Utah, a Bachelors Degree in Information Systems from the University of Utah, and a Masters Degree in Business Administration (marketing emphasis) from Brigham Young University.