InVeris unveils AR-based untethered weapons training simulator, SRCE™

InVeris Training Solutions, the integrated virtual weapons and live-fire training systems provider, has recently introduced See, Rehearse, Collectively Experience (SRCE) simulator. This groundbreaking SRCE has been designed as an untethered weapons training simulator based on augmented reality. With this launch, the company will offer the most advanced AR technology available in law enforcement and military training simulator.

According to Al Weggeman, CEO of InVeris, physical training facilities can be augmented and scanned to become instant shoot houses through the integration of outside content in a matter of minutes via AR technology. The company can also notably measure and compare team and individual performance with real-time, high precision location tracking of weapons, participants, and even ammunition rounds.

With SRCE, the use-of-force, critical training can occur anywhere or at the point of need in the world. This complete immersive technology will deliver a way to rehearse, see, and collectively experience tactics, techniques, and procedures with real-time orientation, movement, location, and biometric sensing for operations and training.

For the record, SRCE’s proprietary scanning technology will enable an instructor to capture the space for use as a shoot house using devices with a high-resolution camera. In order to meet the need for opposition role players, various hostile forces, hostages, decoys, suspects, and other parties are also delivered digitally. AR head-mounted display and other wearable, untethered technology will also provide realistic immersion and is fully compatible with the highly accurate BlueFire® simulated weapons of InVeris.

The unparalleled interactive AAR (after-action review) will collect performance data for the statistical analysis of the muzzle direction, missed rounds, weapon discharge, head placement, eye tracking, and other parameters. Meanwhile, the body sensors will ensure the real-time monitoring of trainees’ heart rate, gaze, breathing, and other biological signs. Trainees can also walk through the previous sessions to review their operational performances. This highly immersive after-action review thus creates an optimal opportunity for the instructors to boost their training fidelity and retention.

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