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Gaming Firm To Use Technology For HR and Security Applications
Tel Aviv, Israel — July 5ProGaming Platforms Corp., a developer of a commercial multiplayer online gaming and reward processing software platform, announced it intends to apply its platform to serve additional functions related to the measurement and analysis of human behavior.The platform, which is currently used to record the progress and results of real-time, multiplayer online games, can similarly be applied to measure and compare the performance of multiple individuals in a variety of real-life simulations.Such complex virtual and constructive simulations can be used for training and evaluation purposes, particularly in the fields of security and human resources. ProGaming's platform can then be applied to analyze the human behavior of simulation participants, and can compare the behaviors of multiple participants across a variety of simulated circumstances and challenges."The ability to apply the proprietary ProGaming platform across multiple industries, including the hi-tech and security sectors, has the potential to add tremendous value to our system and can open doors to numerous business development channels," said Boaz Lowenstein, ProGaming Platforms’ CEO.Source: ProGaming
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