InVeris Training Solutions is set to utilize the Association of the United States Army Annual Meeting and Exposition (AUSA) to introduce its fully immersive VR-DT (Virtual Reality – Decisions and Tactics) system for de-escalation training. AUSA’s event will be held from October 11 to October 13 in Washington DC. It will bring together more than 31,000 senior Army leaders, allied officers, and top industry executives, with 700 suppliers from across the United States under one roof.
“InVeris looks forward to showing the U.S. Army and allied military leadership how our new VR-DT system can revolutionize de-escalation instruction to keep soldiers safe, as well as those they defend in an immersive virtual training environment,” said Andrea Czop, InVeris’ Vice President of sales, marketing, and programs.
VR-DT will aid military police, security forces, and law enforcement agencies to enhance readiness and prepare soldiers for field experiences through virtual reality. The system amalgamates cutting-edge hardware, software, and an ever-growing content library. Wireless headsets provide the personnel with 360-degree fields of view in addition to weapons tracking, allowing them to train in a fully immersive environment.
The company will also introduce its FATS® 100MIL small-arms simulator and related BlueFire® weapons for marksmanship, collective and judgmental training at the event. The system will enable military forces and law enforcement to upgrade or procure novel solutions for delivering a more realistic training ecosystem based on Army-certified ballistics.
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