Check-6, Inc. Acquires Leading Industrial Animator

  Check-6, Inc. Acquires Leading Industrial Animator

            Industrial3D Focused on Safety in the Energy Industry

Business Wire

TULSA, Okla. -- June 18, 2013

Check-6, Inc. is announcing the acquisition of Industrial3D, one of the
world’s most well-respected computer-generated industrial animators. The
announcement was made June 10^th at the Check-6 Board Meeting in Ft. Worth,
Texas.

“We are extremely pleased to be able to announce that I3D is joining the
Check-6 family,” said Yarko “JJ” Sos, Chief Executive Officer. “Beau Brown and
his staff bring an incredible wealth of creativity and focus to their work.
His experience and engineering insights bring to light what drillers and
operators cannot see underground, and that has been invaluable, even
life-saving to the industry.”

Beau Brown, President of Industrial3D, began creating computer animation in
1995 in his spare time while working in the oil and gas industry. His service
in the Marine Corps paid off in persistence and resourcefulness, as he began
to learn a technology that few people knew existed. When a member of
management saw one of Beau’s 3D animations of a Pressure Relief Valve, he
began creating more complex animations for the industry, and his hobby became
his full-time job. In 2002 Brown created Industrial3D, based in Tulsa,
Oklahoma. A few years later his 3D animations aided CNN in worldwide coverage
of the BP Macondo disaster that was taking place a mile beneath the ocean’s
surface in the Gulf of Mexico.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZO0oNRTnFs

Industrial3D’s satisfied clients include CNN, as well as National Geographic,
Schlumberger, GE, Helmerich & Payne, Pioneer Drilling, and Transocean.

“We are thrilled to be taking this new step with Check-6,” said Beau Brown,
President of Industrial3D. “We have been working with the simulator wing of
Check-6 for the past few years. We help Check-6 Training Systems graphically
portray potential on-the-job hazards for their clients, so rig personnel can
use these tools on their own computers for continuous and effective training.
With Check-6’s focus on leadership, training, and safety, and our ability to
help their clients ‘see’ the potential hazards, it is a perfect combination.
We look forward with great anticipation to our future with Check-6.”

About Check-6:

Check-6 (www.checksix.com) was founded in 2007 with a mission to improve
safety and efficiency in high-risk, high-reliability operations. The Check-6
team of professionals uses their training from the military, commercial, and
nuclear power industries to bring a standardized approach to job planning,
briefing and debriefing.

Contact:

Check-6, Inc.
Jennifer Eve, 405-620-6379
Director of Marketing
jenny@checksix.com
 
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