InVeris to unveil immersive virtual reality system at AUSA 2021


InVeris Training Solutions, a firm specializing in virtual weapons training systems, has revealed plans to launch its fully immersive Virtual Reality – Decisions and Tactics (VR-DT) system for de-escalation training at the AUSA (Association of the United States Army Annual Meeting and Exposition).

Sources claim that over 31,000 senior Army officials, allied officers, and top industry executives, as well as 700 suppliers from around the United States and beyond will attend AUSA's event in Washington, D.C., between Oct. 11th-13th.

Andrea Czop, InVeris' Vice President of Sales, Marketing And Programs, said their firm is looking forward to demonstrating to the U.S. Army and allied military leadership how its innovative VR-DT technology will revolutionize de-escalation training to keep soldiers safe as well as those in an immersive virtual training environment.

VR-DT uses virtual reality to help military police, security forces, and law enforcement organizations improve preparedness and train soldiers for field experiences. The system combines cutting-edge technology, scalable software, and an ever-growing content collection.

Using wireless headsets with stunning 360-degree fields of vision and weapons tracking, soldiers can train in completely immersive settings.

VR-DT improves de-escalation, safety techniques, mental health crisis intervention, force usage, and protocol training. A teacher may command the situations, settings, and weaponry using a lightweight, completely customizable laptop.

The acquisitions of Dallas-based SURVIVR adds to InVeris' industry-leading portfolio of ready training solutions by providing more VR-based assets and experience. As a result, the firm will continue to offer effective, dependable, and creative goods and services for situations when split-second judgments are critical.

InVeris will also demonstrate its FATS® 100MIL small-arms simulator and related BlueFire® weaponry for marksmanship, group and judgmental training, as well as its next-generation platforms.

The system is excellent for military and law enforcement agencies wanting to update or acquire new solutions to provide a more realistic training environment based on Army-certified ballistics.

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