Virtual Reality Training — Low Risk, High Reps, High Return on Investment
When the training events, themselves can be high risk or costly, the military and law enforcement community have turned to virtual reality training. Join us as we examine how small business innovation solved a critical Air Force training problem. We’ll explore how the ability to conduct “live fire” team movements, deploy active barrier systems and practice escalation and de-escalation of force in a safe, controlled and repeatable environment is being performed today. Finally, we will look at virtual reality simulations being developed for criminal history reporting, crime scene processing and countering small unmanned aerial systems.
- Participants will understand the difference in training benefits between VR systems and two-dimensional/screen systems employed by military police and civilian law enforcement professionals.
- Participants will demonstrate the application of the technology and the ability to control the user experience through branches in the storyline through custom modification of user-defined terrain.
- Based on training problems already solved, participants will discuss opportunities for the application of VR in other security disciplines (information security, industrial security, cyber security).
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