02 Feb 2021

The U.S. Navy Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), “the force behind the fleet,” initiated a new phase in CTI’s development of a gamfication capability for for the AN/SQQ-89 A(V)15 Undersea Warfare Combat System. Commonly referred to as the SQQ-89, the sonar system is widely used on surface ships by acoustic sensor operators (ASOs) throughout the service. […]

29 Aug 2019

The U.S. Navy Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), known as “the force behind the fleet,” today chose CTI to develop a serious multiplayer game for the AN/SQQ-89 A(V)15 Undersea Warfare Combat System. Commonly referred to as the SQQ-89, the sonar system is widely used on surface ships and submarines throughout the service. Considered one of the […]

15 Jan 2019

This year’s Center for Surface Combat System’s (CSCS) exhibit at the Surface Navy Association’s 32nd National Symposium in Crystal City showcased CTI’s Mk 45 MOD 4 virtual trainer. The three day, Department of the Navy-sanctioned event, is a high-profile forum where naval leaders and stakeholders gather to explore a wide range of issues for the […]

07 Nov 2018

The U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) contracted for the development and delivery of a “gamification” capability for the fleet’s sonar system, the AN/’SQQ-89A (V) 15.  Commonly termed the SQQ-89, the system is in wide-spread use in both the surface and subsurface fleet. CTI has established a new facility at the University of Central Florida’s […]

04 Oct 2018

The U.S. Department of the Navy exercised their option today to continue CTI’s initial Phase I effort to develop a “gamification” capability  for their advanced sonar system, the AN/SQQ-89A (V) 15.  Commonly referred to as the A(V)15, the system is in widespread use by both the surface and sub-surface US fleet.  With long stretches at sea, […]

18 Jun 2018

Marking the final phase of application development , the U.S. Navy’s Office of Naval Research today exercised the contract option that will deliver CTI’s next-generation maintenance trainer to the Center for Surface Combat Systems schoolhouse in San Diego, California.  The immersive, interactive training aid is built around a virtual Gunner’s Mate who engages students with […]

19 Sep 2017

Today, the US Navy’s Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) awarded CTI with a contract for the gamification of the SQQ-89 Surface Ship Undersea Warfare Combat System.  Intended to facilitate the development and retention of mission-critical skills, the capability will motivate sailors to improve performance by providing meaningful feedback.  The effort marks CTI’s first foray into […]

31 Aug 2017

The Halldale Group today recognized Creative Technologies Inc. as a finalist in Military Simulation & Training Magazine’s 2017 Industry Awards.  The award continues the publication’s practice of recognizing the top simulation training companies in the world.  Formerly known as Military Training International’s “Top 100 Companies” list, MS&T is carrying on the tradition of presenting awards to companies for […]

22 Jul 2017

Launching in December 2016, CTI and partner Leidos have been steadily picking up speed on a commercialization program for its two “MISSING” applications.  Serious games developed for the US Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity to train analysts to recognize and mitigate cognitive bias, the applications are equally relevant to knowledge workers and students in a […]

18 May 2017

Today, the US Navy’s Office of Naval Research awarded CTI with a contract to develop and validate pedagogical models for training maintenance and troubleshooting in mixed reality environments.  The effort will result in the creation of a software tool to design and assess next-generation mixed reality, both augmented reality and augmented virtuality, training aids.  Many […]