New England models jobs of future <br> <i>Simulation extends to health, defense clients</I>

OCEANSTATE TECHNOLOGY's first commercial job involves simulating the landing of a radio-controlled unmanned flying vehicle on an unmanned boat traveling 25 to 35 knots. /
OCEANSTATE TECHNOLOGY's first commercial job involves simulating the landing of a radio-controlled unmanned flying vehicle on an unmanned boat traveling 25 to 35 knots. /
Steve Swenson stands next to a plasma screen showing an unmanned air vehicle landing on an unmanned boat while skimming the ocean's surface. The images are crisp and textured, reminiscent of a video game. He explains that this is one of OceanState Technology Corp.'s first jobs for a commercial client. Like so many modeling and…

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