23.02.2016

Modest Tree Software Selected for Interim AOR

Project Resolve has selected Modest Tree Media’s software suite, Modest3D, as the primary platform for building the 3D interactive naval training for the IAOR ship.

 “Project Resolve will deliver a critically important replenishment at-sea capability to the RCN,” said Spencer Fraser, CEO of Project Resolve Inc. “Project Resolve presents a unique training approach for a blended crew of naval and civilian sailors. Following a strong recommendation by our training lead for the project, RackRocks3D, and recognizing the widespread use of the product within DND, we have chosen the Modest3D Development Suite for Project Resolve. Modest3D offers exceptional value, for developing highly engaging and meaningful training that can be delivered where and when required. This will afford a seamless adaptability to crew availability or deployment training demands. We welcome Modest Tree into our close group of trusted suppliers and look forward to working with them in the months to come.”

Modest Tree and Victoria-based RaceRocks3D have formed a partnership to collaborate on Project Resolve to design, develop and deliver cutting edge interactive training. Pairing RaceRock’s exceptional team and experience delivering naval programs with Modest Tree’s award winning software and training services team, the team delivers an outstanding Pan-Canadian value proposition. Both Modest Tree and RaceRocks3D are listed on the Canadian Government’s Learning Services Standing Offer and Supply Arrangement.

 “Put Simply, Modest Tree will provide the RCN with an advanced training technology that aligns with its Future Naval Training System Strategy at a price point only achievable through an Innovative SaaS model, now the standard in High-tech Industries,” stated Scott Dewis, RaceRocks3D CEO. “We are already seeing the benefits of selecting this exceptional suite of tools and are extremely excited to use this powerful, and easy to use software to develop first class, next generation training for the Canadian Navy.”

 “The Modest3D Suite leverages our patent-pending technology, merging an intuitive interface with an easy-to use development platform that can be quickly mastered to produce 3D interactive training scenarios,” said Modest Tree CEO Saman Sannandeji. “Earlier this month, the Department of National Defence also chose Modest3D, purchasing enterprise licensing that will be used across the Canadian military schools. Project Resolve’s decision to leverage Modest3D suite is a clear sign of OEM support for our products and services, for both military and civilian training.”