06 Jan 2012

Hollywood, Calif. and Fort Sill, Okla.?Creative Technologies Inc. recently completed an equipment upgrade and relocation of training simulations and simulators in support of the U.S. Army Fires Center of Excellence (FCoE), the Field Artillery (FA) School, and the Air Defense Artillery School (ADA), Fort Sill, Oklahoma. The project further enhanced Army training capabilities; the module […]

29 Nov 2011

Los Angeles, Calif. Creative Technologies, Inc., was selected by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), as part of the SET/Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) team, to produce an experimental training game. The game will be designed to train participants to recognize and mitigate cognitive biases?that commonly affect […]

15 Sep 2011

In their September 2011 issue, Military Training Technology named Creative Technologies Inc. as a 2011 Top Simulation and Training company. CTI joins the list of 100 companies from around the world that have made a significant impact on military training. MT2 bestowed its significant ?up-and-coming? yellow ribbon designation to CTI, acknowledging the company’s rapid rise […]

01 Sep 2011

Creative Technologies Inc. (CTI) received the US International Film & Video Festival Silver Screen Award for its video/film production for the opening of the 27th Army Science Conference. CTI wrote, produced and edited a video depicting the US Army?s focus and investment in technology and the military?s challenge in predicting future requirements in an uncertain […]

30 Aug 2011

Assistant Secretary of the Navy ? Research, Development and Acquisition, Mr. Sean Stackley, presented James H. Korris, President of Creative Technologies Inc., with a plaque recognizing his outstanding service as a member of the Naval Research Advisory Committee (NRAC) from 2007 ? 2011. During his tenure, Korris led a study of Immersive Simulation for Marine […]

06 Aug 2011

CTI was on a winning team for the CAPdl (Combined Arms Products for Distributed Learning)/DLETP (Distributed Learning Education Training Products) multiple award IDIQ contract. Team Keybridge, including Creative Technologies, Inc. and Keybridge Technologies, Inc., submitted a service contract fulfilling specific reporting and surveillance requirements to support the Army Learning Model. More information on CAPdl here.

01 Aug 2010

Creative Technology, Inc., joined the i3 (Integration Innovation, Inc.) team as part of the United States Army Fires Center of Excellence Training & Support Services Multiple-Award IDIQ contract. ?This builds on our long term experience and relationships with the Fires Center of Excellence,? said CTI President James Korris. ?We are proud to join i3, one […]