GlobalSim, Inc

Sandy,  UT 
United States
  • Booth: 711

GlobalSim is the premier supplier of professional crane simulators and material handling equipment simulators for the military, construction and port markets. With nearly 200 installed systems, GlobalSim simulators are in use all over the world.

Product offerings range from Desktop to Full Mission simulators with multiple industrial grade displays, enclosed cabins and robust motion systems.  Military applications range from telehandler forklifts and container handlers to ship pedestal cranes.

 Press Releases

  • Salt Lake City – GlobalSim announced today that it will unveil a premium VR (Virtual Reality) Simulator with a 3 DOF (Degree Of Freedom) motion base at this year’s I/ITSEC conference in Orlando which is scheduled to begin on November 27. “This has been a big year for GlobalSim” remarks Jonathan McCurdy, President and CEO of GlobalSim. “A large part of our success and momentum this year has been surrounding our VR products. We introduced our first VR simulator last year at the I/ITSEC Conference, this year we’re taking another leap forward by incorporating a large motion base into our VR simulator.”

    Participants at the I/ITSEC conference will be able to try the new simulator which will feature a ship crane and a construction type crane designed specifically for military operations. GlobalSim will also have two other simulators at the exhibit (booth #711).  “The I/ITSEC is the premier simulation and training conference each year” remarks Brad Ball, GlobalSim’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “Our development team pushes hard each year to introduce our latest and greatest technology at I/ITSEC. This year is no exception – our VR with motion is really going to turns some heads.”

    The I/ITSEC Conference runs from November 27 thru December 1 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

    About GlobalSim: GlobalSim, Inc. is a privately held company that develops training simulators for a variety of industries, including ports, construction, and the military. GlobalSim simulators for port cranes can be found on 5 continents and the company builds, supports and maintains these simulators through its headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.