AUSA 2021: InVeris presents latest VR system
InVeris Training Solutions is presenting its fully immersive VR-DT (Virtual Reality – Decisions and Tactics) system for de-escalation training at AUSA 2021.
The system combines advanced hardware, scalable software and a content library. The wireless headsets deliver 360-degree fields of view and weapons tracking, enabling soldiers to train 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.
The FATS 100MIL is a major expansion in weapons training capability with advanced game engine 3D marksmanship, enhanced weapons diagnostics with intelligent automatic coaching and collective training.
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