Train the Driver
Law Enforcement Driving Skills
VirTra uses a unique cognitive approach to law enforcement driving training simulators. The V-DTS™—VirTra Driver Training Simulator—provides law enforcement agencies with a superior immersive driving environment that focuses on cognitive learning, decision-making skills and situational awareness. This powerful training simulator helps teach and sustain trainees and seasoned police officers alike in defensive, emergency, pursuit and driving tactics in a risk-free environment.
The V-DTS lets users experience stunning graphics along with realistic virtual simulation physics and vehicle movement from a durable mechanical motion rig. The simulator utilizes Unity, a high quality real-time 3D development platform for AR/VR content. VirTra’s talented team of software developers, artists and SME’s have created a detailed, immersive and realistic driving experience that ensures the best training experience possible.
Whether your law enforcement agency requires a complete training experience or needs to brush up on the basics, the V-DTS is a perfect, versatile option.
Police Training in Action
Showcased are images of actual VirTra police driver training scenarios and environments. Watch trainees engage in a wide variety of situations:
The V-DTS in Action
Physics and Physical RealismPhysics-based rendering is utilized to accurately replicate how vehicles handle in the real world in various weather conditions.
Recognition Stimuli FeatureThe proprietary Recognition Stimuli feature causes street signs and license plates to enhance to increase a trainee's cognitive skills.
Vehicles, Pedestrians and Initiated Malfunctions
Hardware is Just Hardware
The V-DTS is an immersive tactics-teaching, cognitive learning police driving simulator. The powerful, multi-screen technology and realistic motion base platform ensures that time spent in the driving simulator translates into real-world survival skills.
- 4th Rear screen option for added immersion
- 24 Hours of EVO V-VICTA curriculum
- Ability to design driving courses and scenarios in Authoring
- Assortment of virtual vehicle models with matching dynamics
- Customizable weather conditions and environmental options
- Different languages, dialect and localization available
- Emergency console and lighting cause traffic to obey accordingly when implemented
- Haptic vibration or full-motion option; vibration when ABS is engaged
- Left or right-hand drive options
- Manual and Automatic transmission
- Multi-sensory experience that elicits physiological responses
- Professionally-produced track courses
- Proprietary “Recognition Stimuli” enhancement feature
- Self-Diagnostics for a user-friendly experience
- Speed selection between miles or kilometers
- Structured scenario debriefing and TMaR playback option
- Variety of pre-authored scenarios and training exercises
University of Georgia
[Summary] A recent University of Georgia study indicated that the cost-benefit analysis associated with the use of a driving simulator is 12:1, meaning the simulator saves substantial money with crash and injury reductions.