Intelligent Decisions to Unveil New Florida Office Space; Harry Martin Comments

Harry Martin - Intelligent Decisions, ExecutiveMosaicIntelligent Decisions will hold an open house on Thursday for new offices that aim to support the company’s expansion aims in Orlando, Fla.

The workplace at 3050 Technology Parkway is intended to accommodate up to 55 staff by end of this year, ID said Monday.

“Orlando’s robust training and simulation scene creates an innovative and inspiring location to help develop new solutions,” said Harry Martin, ID president and CEO.

Martin added the company intends to use the facilities for further development of its Dismounted Soldier Training System and to develop new applications of simulation training technology.

The open house scheduled from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Thursday will include a demonstration of how the Virginia-based company facilitates exercises and drills to prepare military troops for combat.

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