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Company name: Applied Cognitive Engineering.
Company description (in their own words, in their own website): “Applied Cognitive Engineering (ACE) develops software based “Brain-Gyms. These training tools significantly improve the performance of sports players. ACE’s Cognitive Simulation, is applicable to a variety of competitive sport players, security personnel, fighter pilots, medical staff, traders and test prep students.”
Main product name/s: Basket Intelligym, Hockey Intelligym — for all ages.
Product description (in their own words, in their own website): “Basketball IntelliGym is a simulation software program for basket ball plyers. Can be used twice a week for all types of courts and has been used widely at various basketball academies. Hockey IntelliGym is another simulation for all types of hockey players.”
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