A critical part of any training regimen is the debriefing. This must entail what went right, what went wrong, and what caused the performance itself. Proper stance, scanning, teamwork, and proper use-of-force are just a few of the reviewable points. These debriefs can occur within the simulator at the time of the performance, or in a classroom environment later. The trainee’s performance can also be evaluated and kept in a record if so desired. This is an invaluable tool to improve trainees’ performances.
The software presents a complete time line of events as they occurred during the session. This is a very powerful tool to pinpoint areas of interest or concern during the debriefing sessions. Trainee’s reaction time and shot placement can be cued by the instructor. The objective continues to be as realistic a simulation as possible.
Trainee Monitoring and Recording (TMaR)
Trainee Monitoring and Recording allows real-time monitoring and recording. Instructors can monitor during the session while making notes for the playback. This allows the instructor to pinpoint key events and/or techniques during the session for a more effective review and feedback process.
Picture-in-picture allows trainees to observe their actions during scenario playback. Allows debrief capability during a play-by-play action review of the entire session or partial replays. A video is worth a thousand words. ( Only available with TMaR)
Instructor Control Panel
Control panel gives full control to the instructor. Audio distractions can be added to more accurately simulate the real world, such as barking dogs, orbiting helicopters, or environmental noises such as thunder storms. Different branches and outcomes can be chosen to prevent predictability and anticipation. Instructors can change the scenario in real-time based on verbal commands and/or actions of the trainee. During training the instructor can instantly activate the Threat-Fire™ device to simulate an injury to the trainee, adding stress and realism to the scenario. Threat-Fire™ activation can also be combined with the video recording from TMaR so a trainee can be shown exacting why the instructor activated the Threat-Fire™ device.