Who we are
NSim Technologies inc. was founded on September 13, 2004. Its founders are Messrs. Jimmy Perron, M.Sc. and Jimmy Hogan, B.Eng., MBA, both of whom have developed their expertise in software and intelligent systems development at the McGill University Laboratory. cognitive computing of Laval University.
Since its formation, the company has started the development of a technological platform that will be the source of various software and modules for the management and analysis of emergency situations (Emergency Management Systems (EMS)) and events. requiring the application of security measures. The company's products are aimed at all stakeholders with cartographic and Spatio-temporal needs. NSim Technology has expertise combining the fields of geomatics, artificial intelligence, and 2D / 3D visualization.
From 2004 to the present, the fulfillment of several mandates granted by various clients (Defense Research and Development Canada - DRDC, DND, MTQ, AMT, Quebec City, Ville de Trois-Rivières, etc.) have largely contributed to the development of NSim's technology platform.
After more than 5 years of research and development, NSim Technologies launched, in 2009, its new NSim Contour cartographic product intended for the dissemination of native vector geographic information and the exchange of real-time information. Since a suite of products and solutions have been launched and marketed.
Our team and expertise
The management team of NSim Technologies is composed of Jimmy Perron, M.Sc. and Jimmy Hogan B.ing, MBA. They have expertise in the field of artificial intelligence and simulation and over 10 years of experience in research and development and management. The NSim team is made up of a highly qualified staff (M.Sc, Ph.D.) specializing in the research and development of tomorrow's software projects.
NSim Technologies has expertise in the field of mapping, telemetry, artificial intelligence, and 2D / 3D visualization. The company is particularly targeted at the defense, security and transportation sectors.
J Perron, J Hogan, B Mill, J Berger, M Belanger (2008): A hybrid approach based on multi-agent simulation and reinforcement learning to solve a UAV patrolling problem. - Simulation Conference, 2008. WSC 2008. Winter, 2008 - ieeexplore.ieee.org, pages 1259-1267, ISBN 978-1-4244-2707-9.
Bélanger, M., Berger, J., Perron, J., Hogan, J., Moulin, B. (2008). The exploitation of User 's Preferences in Reinforcing Learning Decision Support Systems. 4th Multidisciplinary Workshop on Advances in Preference Handling (M-PREF 2008), Technical Report WS-08-09. AAAI Press. Chicago, RI, 13-14 July 2008, pp.13-18.
Jérôme Levesque, François Cazzolato, Jimmy Perron, Jimmy Hogan, Tony Garneau, and Bernard Moulin (2008): CAMiCS: Constructive activity modeling in constructive simulation. springs 2008: 739-744.
Jimmy Perron, Jimmy Hogan, Bernard Moulin, Jean Berger, Micheline Bélanger (2008): A hybrid approach based on multi-agent simulation and reinforcement learning to solve a UAV patrolling problem. Proceedings of the 2008 Winter Simulation Conference SJ Mason, R. Hill, L. Moench, and O. Rose, eds.
T Garneau, B Mill, S Delisle (2008): PLAMAGS: A Language and Environment to Specify Intelligent Agents in Virtual Geo-Referenced Worlds. Proceedings of the 19th IASTED International Conference.
Jimmy Perron (2005): "Visim project: Collaborative event management technology", Defense Security Innovation 2005 conference, November 2005, Quebec.
Jimmy Perron (2004): "MAGS: a geo-simulation platform based on software agents for crowd simulation", Géomatique 2004 conference, Montreal
Jimmy Perron, B. Moulin (2004): "A model of memory in a multi-agent geo-simulation system", Review of Artificial Intelligence, Lavoisier Edition, France.
Jimmy Perron (2003): "Modeling a cognitive model of memory in a real-time multi-agent system", Master's thesis, Laval University, Quebec.
Moulin B, Chaker W, Perron Jimmy, P Pelletier, Hogan J, & Gbei E. (2003): MAGS Project: Multi-agent simulation and crowd simulation, in the proceedings of the COSIT'03 Conference, Ittingen (Switzerland), September 2003, Kuhn, Worboys and Timpf (eds.), Spatial Information Theory, Springer Verlag LNCS 2825, 151-168.
T Garneau, S Delisle (2003): A new general, flexible and Java-based software development tool for multiagent systems. Proceedings of the International Conference on Information System, 2003
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