Tom Vecchiolla: MAK’s New Platform Applies Open Standards for Customized Training

Tom Vecchiolla: MAK’s New Platform Applies Open Standards for Customized Training
Tom Vecchiolla Chairman and CEO ST Engineering NA

TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 22, 2020 —  ST Engineering North America's MAK Technologies subsidiary updated a synthetic training platform with new tools designed to help customers simulate and visualize real-world scenarios, ExecutiveBiz reported July 10.

Tom Vecchiolla, chairman and CEO of ST Engineering NA, said the new MAK ONE offering is based on open standards and its application program interfaces allow users to create a customized training environment.

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