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I/ITSEC 2019: Booz Allen Hamilton points to metrics as key VR training benefit

2nd December 2019 - 21:28 GMT | by Richard Thomas in Orlando


With personnel training pipelines over capacity the need for militaries, particularly those with significant numbers of personnel, to ensure improved training capabilities has led to the adoption of virtual reality (VR) for both initial programme and circumstance specific requirements.

Exhibiting a range of its solutions to the wider military and industrial community in Orlando, Booz Allen Hamilton showcased two solutions specific to counter-IED and EOD training. The US Navy is known to utilise the EOD training solution in San Diego.

Officials from Booz Allen Hamilton said that the solutions worked to provide early-stage initial training for mine detection operations

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Richard Thomas


Richard Thomas

Richard Thomas is the Senior Editor, Naval at Shephard Media. Richard joined the company in …

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