Taking delivery of DriveSkills educational Teen Driving simulator platform, Marsa immediately demonstrated the simulators capability at the annual cultural festival, hosted by the Guatemalan Ministry of the Economy. This event showcases the most popular aspects of the countries culture as well as new government programs and initiates for public safety.
The newest venture for the San Diego based group is the first of new relations with the Central American country, and a first step into simulation with the countries largest Automotive Driving organization.
“This is an important step for us at DriveSkills.” said Enrique Allen Mar, one of the original founders and company principal. “It offers us as an entity in simulation the opportunity to not only demonstrate our capabilities in the Central American market with a Spanish speaking program and driving scenarios, but also an avenue to truly showcase and obtain data regarding our patented steering feedback and, more importantly, our onset due motion platform, Q-Motion™…”
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