COMPANY OVERVIEW

Pioneer Award(Nominee)

Adam Breed

Adam Breed is the Engineering Project Manager of Prepar3D®, Lockheed Martin’s flagship commercial flight simulator platform. Adam directs all aspects of the Prepar3D simulation program, including worldwide commercial product launches. He leads multiple defense industry focused training and simulation efforts for the Training and Logistics Solutions (TLS) line of business within the Rotary and Mission Systems (RMS) business area, operating out of Orlando, Florida. During his career at Lockheed Martin, Adam supported multiple simulation programs, spanning the training spectrum, including efforts for the F-35, F-16, C-130, PC-21, Stryker MGS and Orion. Currently, he is focused on developing the most advanced and immersive virtual reality and mixed reality training experiences for fixed wing and rotary wing environments. Adam’s goals are focused on bringing affordability, scalability, and portability to the defense industry by... Read More

Adam Breed

Adam Breed is the Engineering Project Manager of Prepar3D®, Lockheed Martin’s flagship commercial flight simulator platform. Adam directs all aspects of the Prepar3D simulation program, including worldwide commercial product launches. He leads multiple defense industry focused training and simulation efforts for the Training and Logistics Solutions (TLS) line of business within the Rotary and Mission Systems (RMS) business area, operating out of Orlando, Florida. During his career at Lockheed Martin, Adam supported multiple simulation programs, spanning the training spectrum, including efforts for the F-35, F-16, C-130, PC-21, Stryker MGS and Orion. Currently, he is focused on developing the most advanced and immersive virtual reality and mixed reality training experiences for fixed wing and rotary wing environments. Adam’s goals are focused on bringing affordability, scalability, and portability to the defense industry by leveraging the best of the commercial industry. Adam earned a bachelor's degree in computer science and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Central Florida. He has been with Lockheed Martin since 2008.

2018 awards

Nominee