Completion of the project “Construction of prototype for Police operations under crisis situation simulator”
On June 29th 2012 works related to development project „ Construction of prototype for Police operations under crisis situation simulator” was completed. Project was implemented under contract with NCBiR by a science-production consortium created by Police Academy in Szczytno (leader) and ETC-PZL Aerospace Industries. The result of that work was developing and manufacturing of one of the world most advanced simulator for training in police operations commanding.
The Simulator provides training of police officers at various levels of command, under full integration of individual participants in conducted operation, using equipment, logistic base and applicable operating procedures. Training takes place in three-dimensional, fully realistic virtual environment, which may include actual or generic area. Image generated by the computer system is being seen by each exercise participant in accordance to his actual location.
High level of environmental reflection, surround sound system and the use of real communication equipment increases the impression of realism. Simulator built under this project was rated very high by officers involved in training on it.
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