Warfighter VR: aligns with IPC commitment to measurable results. IPC does NOT make video game VR. IPC provides real world training courseware, delivered over this incredibly engaging and immersive media. The benefit of VR is to provide people the opportunity to experience situations and training that would otherwise be too dangerous, time consuming, or cost prohibitive. Amidst the travel complications of today's modern pandemic impacted world, VR is set to play an increasingly important role.
Warfighter VR is all about making Virtual Reality courseware that leads to measurable results.
Synthetic Definition: A use of technology that focuses on skill transfer in environments that do not necessarily represent reality. Synthetic Systems shift focus to instructional systems design/development and transfer of specific skills beyond the training environment. Synthetic content tends to be more quickly created than branching video or game engine-based scenarios.
A trainee is shown using synthetic technology. The emphasis is on skill development, not the re-creation of reality.
Simulation Definition: Technology that focuses on replicating the real-world settings and environments, as closely as possible. Simulation Systems focus on creating real world situations requiring reactions or judgments. Simulation content tends to require specialized talent to create new content. There are a number of reputable companies making simulators.
IPC has successful past performance reintegrating existing simulators into training programs.
Special thanks to Invictus International, a tactical training partner, shown here using a system to run a simulation exercise. In simulation, the emphasis is on the physical setting of the scenario, with stress added in this picture by the looming instructor.
IPC has a proven track record of implementing training technologies in the field, to include synthetic and simulation systems. Contact us if reintegration of existing systems to meet current requirements is desirable for your organization.
IPC does not manufacture simulator or synthetic systems, so the emphasis on technological features is secondary, while delivering measurable results becomes primary.
IPC courseware, content, and the Results Driven Program® (RDP) can be applied to new synthetic and simulation systems, or can be used to reintegrate and recapitalize existing assets. The RDP methodology can be adapted to address a wide range of requirements and is designed to include a variety of assets, including:
Computer and mobile-based training
Live fire training
All testing and training activity where detailed performance metrics add value.
King Abdullah II Special Operations Training Center, Amman, Jordan.
IPC is proud to have success reintegrating assets to support live fire objectives.