InVeris Training Solutions, the leading provider of integrated virtual and live-fire training systems and services for domestic and international law enforcement and military customers, will launch a groundbreaking new virtual training system at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC).
An annual modeling, simulation and training event, I/ITSEC will be held on November 29-Deceber 3 in Orlando, Florida at the Orlando Convention Center.
The new product, which will be officially launched and demonstrated at the show, promises to be the next evolution in virtual training, offering immersive technology thought to be years away.
“We couldn’t be more excited to show how this new system will transform the way we think about the future of training. Adding the new product to our offerings, which already includes industry-leading virtual reality, projection-based simulation training and live-fire solutions, cements InVeris’ position as the leading training system provider to defense forces and security organizations around the world,” said Chief Executive Officer, Al Weggeman.
In addition to the new product launch, InVeris will also display the VR-DT (Virtual Reality – Decisions and Tactics) system for de-escalation training, as well as two military live-fire products: Multi-Function Stationary Infantry Target (MF-SIT) and LOMAH (Location of Miss and Hit). While at the show, attendees can explore the following products:
- VR-DT uses virtual reality to provide military police, security forces and law enforcement agencies the ability to maximize readiness and correctly educate trainees for field experiences. The system combines state-of-the-art hardware, scalable software and a content library that is always increasing. Wireless headsets deliver impressive 360-degree fields of view and weapons tracking, enabling trainees to learn in fully immersive environments that put them in a virtual location. VR-DT enhances training for de-escalation, safety tactics, mental health crisis intervention, use of force and protocol. A lightweight, fully customized laptop allows an instructor to direct the scenarios, environments and weapons.
- MF-SIT offers a fixed target head configuration that can respond to hits or a pre-programmed scenario, ensuring that the trainees do not anticipate target actions. This provides a realistic environment for urban operations and specialized training. The MF-SIT system is operated through radio frequency, hardwire or Ethernet controls that enable great flexibility in range design and usage.
- LOMAH adds shot scoring to targets on military live fire ranges by measuring the precise time of a bullet’s supersonic shock wave passing over a ballistically protected microphone sensor array. Triangulation of sound waves for hit location makes InVeris’ offering unique in this market, determining the bullet’s location and presenting a graphical image on the shooter’s firing point computer.