FULL LIST OF Simulator Topics
Novonics at IACP 2012–
Novonics Corp. and Dave Smith discuss AUFTS (Advanced Used of Force Training System), which includes simulated verbal interaction and use of weapons while on duty.
Realistic Weapons Training with Real-World Training Systems Simulators–
Helping LEOs expand critical skills is simple with Real-World Training Systems simulators. Over 400 different video scenarios including: Verbal Commands, Baton, TASER, Pistol and Shotguns allow for versatile and essential training.
Marksmanship Practice with Real-World Training Systems Simulators–
World class training has never been easier than with Real-World Training Systems. With different training modules such as: Advancing Targets, Pop Up Targets, Reactive Steel Plates and Running Man Drills, officers experience varied scenarios to perfect their shooting skills.
Interactive Simulator Video Scenarios from Real-World Training Solutions–
Scenarios from Real-World Training Solutions allow officers use of specially modified weapons to interact with screens. Verbal commands can change the outcome of video scenarios which causes officers to respond accordingly. Scenarios force officers to articulate their actions and proper cite policies. There are over 400 scenarios to choose from including: Active Shooter, Domestic, In Custody & Corrections and Traffic Stops.
Driving Force at IACP 2011–
A three-screen driving simulator provides training experience for new or experienced officers in a variety of scenarios.
Marshall Schmitt: Staying Ahead of the Curve with Simulation Training–
Dave Smith sits down with Marshall Schmitt of LaserMax to discuss realistic training and what it takes to be prepared in the field. Computer simulators can be huge assets when training. Simulators offer different scenarios for law enforcement officers to practice and experience what it is like to be in different situations.
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