GSE Systems’ Expert to Host Panel Discussion at Gaming Technology conference
SYKESVILLE, Md. – APRIL 19, 2013 – Simulation technology expert Mike Lerg of GSE Systems, Inc. (NYSE MKT: GVP) will host a panel discussion titled Virtual Worlds for the Energy Industry at the 2013 Defense GameTech Users’ Conference.
The 45-minute panel discussion is scheduled to begin on April 19 at 9:15 a.m. Joining Lerg on the panel will be David Helling (Westinghouse), William Van Herreweghe (Total), Dominique Lefebvre (Total) and Ray Rice (Heartwood 3D).
Lerg’s discussion will address how virtual worlds are being used to improve training and operational effectiveness across the energy industry. Panelists will also look at future opportunities and potential limitations of using virtual worlds in the energy industry.
In addition, GSE will be displaying its technology, including the new 3Di-Touchwall, at booth 22 in the exhibit hall.
The theme for GameTech 2013 is “Thrills to Skills.” It takes place April 17 to 19 at the Caribe Royale Resort in Orlando, Fl. For more information, visit the event website www.gametechconference.com
About GSE Systems, Inc.
GSE is a world leader in real-time high-fidelity simulation, providing a wide range of simulation, training and engineering solutions to the power and process industries. Its comprehensive and modular solutions help customers achieve performance excellence in design, training and operations. GSE’s products and services are tailored to meet specific client requirements such as scope, budget and timeline. The Company has over four decades of experience, more than 1,100 installations, and hundreds of customers in over 50 countries spanning the globe. GSE Systems is headquartered in Sykesville (Baltimore), Maryland, with offices in Huntsville, Alabama; Chennai, India; Nyköping, Sweden; Stockton-on-Tees, UK; Glasgow, UK; and Beijing, China.
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