Education technology company ProBility Media Corp. (OTCQB: PBYA) this morning announced that it has teamed up with GlobalSim, Inc., a leading provider of simulators and training systems for a variety of industries, to introduce a virtual reality training simulator targeting the crane industry. The two companies have executed an exclusive agreement through which GlobalSim will provide the portable VR Construction Crane hardware and the eLearning software, while ProBility will commercialize the product through its extensive sales channels in both the United States and Canada. “Providing high quality training to the $35 billion crane industry is paramount in our strategy of building our training and career advancement brand across multiple skilled trades,” Noah Davis, president and chief operating officer of ProBility, stated in the news release. “We have recognized early that the crane industry is positioned for global growth and ProBility is positioned to deliver high quality training and eLearning to the hundreds of thousands of operators and potential operators in the industry.”
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About ProBility Media Corp.
ProBility Media Corp. is an EdTEch company building the first full service training and career advancement brand for the skilled trades. Through its divisions Brown Technical Media Corp., Brown Technical Publications Inc., Brown Book Shop, Inc., National Electrical Wholesale Providers, and One Exam Prep, LLC, ProBility is executing a disruptive strategy of defragmenting the skilled trades training market place by offering high quality training courses and materials and preparing the workforce for excellence. ProBility services customers from the tradesman to the small business to the enterprise level corporation. For more information, visit http://www.ProBilityMedia.com
About GlobalSim Inc.
GlobalSim, Inc. is a privately held company based in Salt Lake City, Utah with a rich history in the simulation industry. The company was founded in the early nineteen-nineties by a group of talented engineers and computer software experts. GlobalSim designs, builds, installs, and maintains simulators and systems for a variety of industries, including ports, construction, and the military. The simulators range in size from small portable units to some of the largest simulators in the world. In 2016, GlobalSim initiated a management-buy-out and spun off from Kongsberg, its former parent company, to once again be an independent company. Today GlobalSim continues to provide premier quality simulators and training systems to training organizations throughout the world. For more information, visit http://www.globalsim.com
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