Halifax, Nova Scotia (FSCwire) - Modest Tree, a Canadian simulation and training company, has been recognized for the second year running, as one of Military Training Technology (MT2) Magazine’s Top 100 Simulation and Training Companies.


Modest Tree specializes in 3D interactive training, developing customized simulation-based courses for users to learn operation and maintenance procedures Modest Tree has a highly experienced game development team and works with some of the world’s most discerning aerospace and defense customers to bring them the best 3D interactive training solutions. Modest Tree has experience delivering virtual reality training, augmented reality and is a HoloLens development studio.


Modest Tree is the creator of the innovative Modest3D software for the rapid development of 3D interactive scenarios. The software, released in 2014, is used by top-tier aerospace and defence companies to create maintenance and operator training. The Canadian Military recently purchased enterprise licensing of Modest3D to reduce costs of 3D interactive training development and will be rolling it out to military training organizations across Canada in the fall.


“Modest Tree was recognized in 2015 as a Top Simulation and Training Company and we are honored to be highlighted again on this prestigious list of top-tier companies who are advancing the training and simulation industry,” said Sam Sannandeji, CEO of Modest Tree.


Each year companies worldwide are evaluated by MT2’s editorial staff and a panel of industry experts to determine the top companies who have made significant contributions to the military and training community. MT2 is America’s longest established and leading magazine for news and expert discussion about all aspects of military training and simulation. The listing of featured companies will be published in the Military Training and Technology (MT2) Magazine’s September 2016 Issue.


About Modest Tree Media Inc.


Modest Tree is an innovator in 3D interactive training software and customized training solutions. The company was founded in 2011 with the vision to revolutionize the way 3D interactive training is created, developing the award-winning drag-and-drop Modest3D software and providing custom solutions using the latest technologies, including virtual and augmented reality. Modest Tree’s game development team has experience delivering 3D interactive training maintenance and operation courses for some of the world’s most discerning brands.


For more information, visit www.modesttree.com.


Media Contact: 


Emily Smits

Modest Tree
Phone: 902-233-2309