AVRT Adaptive virtual reality training


AVRT Law Enforcement

VR Training for all Law Enforcement interactions, up to and including the deployment of lethal and less-lethal force. Removing approximation from scenario-based training.

AVRT Military

Removing approximation from military combat training. VR training for Soldiers to train as they fight.

AVRT Driver

Advanced VR simulation of high risk driving scenarios for the most effective professional drivers. Removing approximation from the driver training scenarios.

AVRT Corporate Training

Elevate your training programmes to the next level with the use of immersive experiences that truly enable the user to ‘learn by doing’.

AVRT - A new dawn for training

The AVRT – Adaptive Virtual Reality Training platform is a cutting edge, fully immersive and wireless free-roam VR system. Designed for the training of Emergency Services, Military and High-Risk operatives, in scenarios that may be difficult or prohibitive to simulate otherwise.

The system has been developed in a truly Human-centric way, with feedback from over 5000 Military and Law Enforcement personnel from the UK and beyond.

Integrated real-world weapons and objects, detailed environments and an extensive library of characters, weapons and situations allow instructors to build training simulations that are tailored to the exact learning outcomes desired, delivering existing curricula and frameworks out of the box.

There are no controllers and no buttons to learn. Through natural movements and behaviours, user adaption time is virtually zero – allowing trainees to focus immediately on the content and the learning. 

First person and full 3D replays, body positioning and metrics such as distances and shot placement all come together to provide effective assessment methods that aren’t possible with traditional training provisions. 

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