Virtalis, one of the world’s leading Virtual Reality (VR) and advanced simulation companies, has announced a new Turkish reseller of its products, Azon.
Hamidiye Firat, Azon’s owner, commented: “We are a very young, ambitious, dynamic company and we are excited to be Virtalis’ partner in VR projects in Turkey. We are investing in our Virtalis demonstration system and software training before Christmas and we are already in discussions with an aerospace company who is considering investing in a multi-sided ActiveCube”.
Founded earlier this year, Azon is based at the Techno Park of Kocaeli University and operates in the VR and engineering software fields. Azon co-operates with the University to bring the latest VR technology to companies and organisations within the Automotive, Construction, Entertainment, Education, Healthcare, Defence and Aerospace sectors.
Azon’s technical director, explained: “We will be contacting businesses ranging in size from multinationals to SMEs. The beauty of Virtalis’ product range is that there is a system for every business, whatever its size. We feel certain that both ActiveWalls and ActiveCubes will appeal to the Turkish market”.
“Adding Azon to our resellers extends the reach of Virtalis technology still further”, said Steve Carpenter, Virtalis’ sales director. “This announcement comes hot on the heels of our reseller agreement with Fleetway in Canada and we have others in the pipeline”.
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