02/01 GameTech Conference 2012
GameTech Conference 2012
Good 2 Go Event Management is pleased to manage the registration and exhibit hall for the 5th Annual Defense GameTech Users’ Conference, the leading gaming technology conference. This one of a kind conference will be held from March 28-30, 2012; in Orlando, FL.
Last month, the National Center for Simulation, along with Team Orlando, announced the keynote speakers in place for the 5th annual Defense GameTech Users’ Conference. Accepting the invitations are: General Edward A. Rice, Commander, United States Air Force Air Education and Training Command (AETC); Michael Jones, Chief Technology Advocate, Google; Maj Gen Thomas K. Andersen, Commander, Curtis E. LeMay Center for Doctrine Development & Education and Vice Commander, Air University; BGen Frank L. Kelley, Commander, Marine Corps Systems Command; Dr. Terry Allard, Department Head for Warfighter Performance (Code 34), Office of Naval Research (ONR); COL (P) Pat White, Deputy Commanding Officer, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center-Training (CAC-T). Other speakers to note from around the country will provide presentations and tutorials, such as: Dr. Constance Steinkeuhler-Squire, Senior Policy Analyst at the Office of Science and Technology Policy in the Executive Office of the President; Mr. Frank DiGiovanni, Director, Training Readiness and Strategy, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness; Mr. Joe Camacho, Joint Knowledge Online (JKO) Program Director.
"Historically, the GameTech Conference has drawn big names and this year is no exception,” stated Brent Smith, 2012 Program Chair. “We are honored to have these invitations accepted by a group of diverse and value added speakers."
GameTech is a unique user-focused conference dealing with gaming technologies that enhance warfighter training. Gaming experts from around the world will discuss the current state of game technologies and its advancement of use within the Department of Defense. Government, industry and academia will gather to share their knowledge, research and technology on virtual worlds and games for training through several dozen unique workshops and stimulating presentations.
Registration is open for GameTech and it will be held at the Caribe Royale Hotel and Convention Center March 28-30, 2012. GameTech is open to anyone interested in the use of games, virtual worlds, and mobile applications for training and education, so please accept this invitation to join us at this cutting edge event. Additional information on the 2012 conference can be found at www.gametechconference.com.