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Virtalis signs partnership agreement with Fleetway

24 November 2013

Canadian company, Fleetway Inc has formally announced an exclusive partnership agreement with the Manchester based virtual reality (VR) specialist, Virtalis.

Fleetway VP, Norman Brown (left) with Virtalis MD, David Cockburn-Price

Virtalis is a leader in the field of VR, serving public, private and commercial industry for more than 20 years. Whether it is a desktop system, a portable visualisation system or a fully immersive, PC-clustered, multi-channel stereoscopic 3D display system, Virtalis has successfully designed, installed and supported them all

David Cockburn-Price, Virtalis MD, commented: “We are proud that Fleetway, specialists in design engineering, integrated logistics and project management, has examined the VR marketplace and has chosen Virtalis as a technological partner in a sphere it has identified as pivotal to many of their future projects.

"Fleetway will represent Virtalis in Canada and plans to not only add VR to its own projects, but will also bring our technology to its customers and suppliers and to the broader market.”

The companies collaborated at CANSEC 2013, Canada’s foremost defence technology showcase, targeting a wide audience of customers, including government agencies and departments with an interest in the defence sector.

Norman Brown, Vice-President of Fleetway, explained: “I am thrilled to enhance our engineering services and solutions by joining forces with Virtalis. We will primarily focus on bringing their Visionary Render and GeoVisionary software, for engineering and GIS/Geo applications respectively, as well as the ActiveWorks portfolio of VR display systems, to the Canadian market.”

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