Realtime Technologies


Arotech’s Realtime Technologies Chosen to Deliver Motion Based Research Vehicle Simulator to Louisiana State University

December 2010 – Realtime Technologies (RTI), a part of Arotech Corporation’s (NasdaqGM: ARTX) Training and Simulation Division, announced today that it has been selected to provide to the Louisiana State University’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Department an advanced motion based vehicle simulator. RTI is very excited to be working closely with Dr. Sherif Ishak the Principle Investigator at the University for Vehicle Simulation Projects, as well as his Co-Principle Investigators Dr. Brian Wolshon and Dr. Vinayak Dixit along with others on their team involved with various intelligent transportation research. LSU is part of a team of researchers that make up The Gulf Coast Research Center for Evacuation and Transportation Resiliency. The theme of the Center is focused on Evacuation and Transportation Resiliency in an effort to address the multitude of issues that impact transportation processes under emergency conditions such as evacuation and other types of major events. This area of research also addresses the need to develop and maintain the ability of transportation systems to economically, efficiently, and safely respond to the changing demands that may be placed upon them. (Read More)