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InVeris Unveils Augmented Reality Military Training System

Integrated combat training systems provider InVeris Training Solutions has unveiled a cutting-edge weapons training simulator that utilizes advanced augmented reality technologies.

Called SRCE (See, Rehearse, Collectively Experience), the training simulator allows up to four soldiers to perform exercises using simulated weapons and tactical gear. It can also copy actual training facilities to help familiarize participants with the surroundings.

The technology also allows the measurement and comparison of each participant’s performance by tracking their movement, weapons, and even ammunition rounds.

According to InVeris, the augmented reality-based system allows soldiers to see, rehearse, and collectively experience a variety of techniques and procedures needed during military operations.

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Soldiers perform an exercise using simulated weapons and tactical gear. Photo: InVeris

The technology also eliminates the need for soldiers to play enemy combatants, as it digitally integrates hostile forces, suspects, decoys, and hostages. It features an augmented reality head-mounted display that provides realistic immersion without compromising freedom of movement.

“The unparalleled interactive after-action review (AAR) collects performance data for statistical analysis of never-before-available parameters, including muzzle direction, weapon discharge, missed rounds, eye tracking and head placement,” the company said in a press release. 

“Body sensors monitor a trainee’s heart rate, breathing, gaze and other biological signs in real-time.”

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