Loyola Enterprises Inc. Announces
New Terrain Systems Division Director
Geospatial Simulation Director
Virginia Beach, VA; – Loyola Enterprises Inc. announces the new director of our Terrain Systems Division. In announcing Loyola’s new division director, Mr. Kent Stevens, Executive Vice President of Loyola said, “We are very pleased that Mr. Chris Gill has joined us as Director of the Terrain Systems division. The Terrain Systems Division focuses on expanding Loyola’s 3D modeling, visual and Semi-Automated Forces (SAF) database development, content manipulation, consulting and training services. Our office has the experts and technology to provide our customers many years of experience delivering classified and unclassified visual and constructive databases for many COTS and proprietary runtime environments.” Mr. Benito Loyola, President of Loyola said,
“This capability provides the best technology and people working together with our customers in a real-time approach to developing complex Virtual and Constructive databases.”
Mr. Gill has over 8 years of geospatial and modeling background. Chris has worked for CATI, developers of XIG image generators, and CSC on the Flight School XXI program as lead terrain database engineer producing quality simulation consumables. In these roles Chris has supported training and mission rehearsal database development for Navy T-45 trainers, US Coast Guard rotary wing trainers, US Army Lift Simulator Modernization Program trainers, Flight School XXI Advanced Aircraft Virtual Simulators and Reconfigurable Collective Training Device virtual simulators. Currently, Chris has been delivering classified and unclassified complex simulation databases to commercial and government customers.
About Loyola Enterprises:
Loyola Enterprises was incorporated in 1991 in Virginia and provides 3D modeling, visual and SAF database development, content manipulation,
consulting and training, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and net-centric application development technical services for
private sector companies, city, state, foreign governments and the Federal Government.
Loyola also holds the sole GSA contract for Presagis products and services.
With STOC II, Seaport-e, GSA contract service vehicles and small disadvantaged, veteran-owned status,
Loyola can provide our customers responsive, cost-effective and quality terrain services and high performance integrated terrain solutions.
Learn more at www.loyola.com/gis/terrain-services.html