The AEgis Technologies Group, Inc. is a leading provider of modeling and simulation software products, consulting services, and professional training to modeling and simulation industries throughout the world. Our global client base includes aerospace, defense, automotive biomedical, chemical, and other process industries. Founded in 1989, AEgis has enjoyed steady growth with revenues increasing to $26 million in sales and average employment growth of 15% per year to our current employment of 150+ professionals. AEgis is a privately held company headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, with offices and representation throughout the USA, Canada, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. AEgis has been recognized for three years on the INC. Magazine "INC.500" list of the fastest growing privately held companies in the United States, and named to the Military Training Technology Top 100 List of companies that have made significant contributions to the military training industry.
AEgis Technologies is recognized as a world leader in providing engineering and consulting services for modeling and simulation, including expertise in High Level Architecture (HLA); object-oriented analysis and design; simulation and software development; training simulators; simulation integration; distributed simulation; simulation technologies; concept modeling; systems engineering; Modeling and Simulation verification, validation, and accreditation programs for software and simulations; and systems analysis.
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