Software Innovators Since 1994
The DiSTI Corporation is a leading provider of graphical user interface software and customized 3-D virtual maintenance training solutions. Our flagship product, GL Studio, delivers advanced high-performance 3-D user interfaces to the aerospace, automotive, medical, and training industries. Jaguar Land Rover, Boeing, and Lockheed Martin choose GL Studio for its performance, fidelity, and reliability in interface development and deployment. Whether for avionics, instrument clusters, infotainment systems, medical devices, or flight simulators, GL Studio exceeds the developers interface demands.
DiSTI’s user interface technology also expands into 3-D virtual maintenance training. DiSTI’s VE Studio is a proven process and toolset for managing the development of complex virtual environments for use in 3-D maintenance and task training applications. VE Studio manages the entire development process including requirements analysis, content development, automated software builds, and automated regression testing.
Why Choose Us?
A Foundation of Customer Service
Customer satisfaction is the cornerstone of DiSTI’s success. DiSTI works to deliver products and services of superior quality, unparalleled value, unprecedented reusability, and unbeatable performance. DiSTI partners with our customers to meet demanding delivery deadlines, budget constraints, and stringent application requirements.
GL Studio user interface development software delivers high fidelity, feature-rich 2D and 3D graphical interfaces regardless of the product domain or industry. By supporting standard 2D and 3D file formats, a flexible development environment, and compatibility with modern 3D graphics hardware, application developers can deliver on the industrial designer’s vision without compromise.
DiSTI is recognized as the industry leader in enabling platform level virtual maintenance training through the rapid development of compelling virtual surrogates. When used in maintenance and task training, DiSTI’s virtual surrogates replicate the form and function of any real world object, reducing the need for physical access and thus enabling equivalent training faster and cheaper. Whether you require the development of 3D virtual surrogates to serve task and maintenance training needs, interactive prototypes, or the virtual replication of existing equipment; DiSTI will deliver the right content at an exceptional value.
The DiSTI Corporation
11301 Corporate Blvd., Suite 100
Orlando, FL 32817
(407) 206-3390 (voice)
(407) 206-3396 (fax)
Monday – Friday: 8am to 5pm (ET)
Saturday – Sunday: closed
Our Hold Music
Like our hold music? It’s provided by our very own Chris Giordano. Listen and download tracks from his debut album Blue Marble Lounge.
DiSTI is a sponsor for several organizations that support STEM education related activities in the Central Florida region.
The Central Florida STEM Education Council (CFSEC) is a collaborative effort between academia, industry, professional organizations and government, with a long term objective of increasing the technical workforce for the security and continued growth of the United States. CFSEC strives to develop a unified STEM program to include mass communication, mentorships, and resources for parents, students, and educators through on-line and event venues. To support their efforts, DiSTI founded the annual DiSTI Duffer charity golf tournament. All funds raised from the Duffer go directly to the CFSEC to support programs such as the US Army PEO STRI High School Engineering Internship and the YMCA Robotics Academy (pictured). These activities expose students to exciting hands on, mentor-based programs that build STEM skills. This year’s tournament will be held on October 10th. To play, sponsor, or donate visit distiduffer.org.
The Seminole County regional area is one of the fastest growing markets in the country. A large focus of this market is dealing with or using technology. This Technology Fest not only provides funding of scholarships for Crooms students, future employees, but also facilitates a unique format of business to business networking, marketing, and information sharing. Our goal is to help our fellow businesses understand the future of technology and how they can prepare for it by utilizing Crooms students.
The Association for Computing Machinery is an international scientific and educational organization dedicated to advancing the arts, sciences, and applications of information technology. With a world-wide membership, ACM is a leading resource for computing professionals and students working in various fields of Information Technology and for interpreting the impact of information technology on society.
Welcome to the web site of the University of Central Florida Programming Team! The team competes in the Association for Computing Machinery’s International Collegiate Programming Contest. As a student organization within UCF’s School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, we compete regionally each fall and usually internationally each spring.
Lyman Robotics is a program here at Lyman High School in Longwood, Florida where students work with each other to build, wire, and program a robot. The robot is then entered into FIRST competitions where it competes against robots built by other schools or clubs. We compete in FTC and FRC competitions. FTC stands for FIRST Tech Challenge while FRC stands for FIRST Robotics Competition. We have two FTC teams, GOOD (Gears Of Other Dimensions) team number 4228, and BAD (Built And Dangerous) team number 3045.
Hagerty High School Robotics
DiSTI is a sponsor of the Hagerty Robotics team. The Hagerty Robotics Program consists of two teams with 30 male/female enthusiastic students who work together to build robots to compete against other high school teams from the state of Florida. Teamwork, Math, Science, Technology, and Problem-Solving Skills are at the core of their program.