TEMPE, AZ – April 26, 2010 – VirTra Systems, Inc. (OTC:VTSI.PK), is proud to announce the installation of the first simulator to the Institute of Technology. The Institute of Technology provides career education at multiple campuses throughout California. The order is for one of VirTra’s IVR-300 multi-screen, ultra-realistic law enforcement use-of-force simulators, along with recoil kits and return fire simulation (Threat-Fire™) devices.
“The more realistic these scenarios are, the more effective they will be,” said Joseph Haydock, Institute of Technology – Clovis President. “During a real armed confrontation, the experience doesn’t just happen on a single screen before you. Threats can come from any direction, and the senses play a huge part in reaction and emotion. We’re committed to providing our students the most realistic career experiences possible. This simulator is the absolute best we can do to ready our students for what will be their greatest challenge in law enforcement.”
“We are pleased to be selected by the Institute of Technology as a critical training tool to better equip the next generation of law enforcement professionals for real-world engagements,” said Bob Ferris, CEO and President of VirTra Systems.