InVeris Training Solutions Introduces AR-powered Training System SRCE™
AR-powered Training System SRCE

InVeris Training Solutions Introduces AR-powered Training System SRCE™

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The leading provider of integrated live-fire and virtual weapons training systems, InVeris Training Solutions, has unveiled its new, groundbreaking, augmented reality-based, untethered weapons training simulator called SRCE™.

SRCE™ (See, Rehearse, Collectively Experience or “Source”) offers the most advanced AR-powered technology packed into a military and law enforcement training simulator.

“Augmented reality delivers the best of the virtual and real worlds in a way that’s fully lifelike, seamless, customizable, and economical,” said InVeris CEO Al Weggeman. “Physical training facilities can be scanned and augmented to become instant shoot houses by integrating outside content in just minutes. More importantly, we can compare and measure individual and team performance with high precision real-time location tracking of every participant, weapon, and even ammunition round.”

The immersive platform facilitates rehearsing and collectively experiencing techniques, tactics, and procedures with real-time location, movement, orientation, and biometric sensing for training and operations. The instructor can deploy SRCE’s proprietary scanning technology to capture the space intended for use as a shoot house using a tablet or other device with a high-resolution camera.

It also incorporates hostile forces, suspects, decoys, hostages, and other parties digitally, eliminating the need for opposition role players. The platform’s ability to create a virtual shoot house on the fly allows for active shooter and mission rehearsal training. It is a wearable, untethered technology, including an AR head-mounted display, to enable realistic immersion without compromising freedom of movement.

Its interactive after-action review (AAR) gathers performance data for statistical analysis for several parameters, including muzzle direction, weapon discharge, missed rounds, eye tracking, and head placement. Numerous sensors record a trainee’s heart rate, breathing, gaze, and other biological signs in real-time. Trainees can also go through their previous sessions to review and optimize their performance.

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