Company:

MAK Technologies

URL: www.mak.com
e-mail: info@mak.com
  webmaster@mak.com
  jmallett@mak.com
Type of activity:
Training Simulators & Training Aids
Contact:
Address:

10 Fawcett Street,
Cambridge,
MA 02138

Country: UNITED KINGDOMUNITED KINGDOM
Phone: 617.876.8085
Fax: 617.876.9208

MAK Technologies develops software to link, simulate and visualize the virtual world. We create tools and toolkits for distributed simulations, develop PC-based military tactical trainers, craft custom solutions, and research and develop the latest simulation technologies.

MAK build commercial-off-the-shelf simulation tools and toolkits that are flexible, portable, and supported. Whether you choose our best-selling networking toolkit, VR-Link®, or our computer generated forces toolkit, VR-Forces®, you have purchased a product backed by the industry’s leading distributed simulation experts.

MAK leverages its toolkits to develop affordable, PC-based, desktop training simulations. These trainers immerse students in realistic wartime scenarios, giving them the opportunity to plan the battle, fight the battle, and evaluate battle decision-making.

MAK uses its expertise to provide custom simulation solutions, including tailored product enhancements and custom synthetic environments. Our work includes research and development in networking, graphical user interfaces, display management, applied artificial intelligence, distributed computing, and 3D graphics.

   
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