XVR Simulation designs and develops simulation tools for training and education of safety and security professionals.
With the "serious gaming" simulation software, rescue professionals and security teams from public and private safety and security services can be educated. Virtual incident exercises are incidents realistically simulated by computer. Using a joystick, one or more course participants walk around in the simulated world of a virtual incident. Course participants experience a virtual incident scenario as extremely realistic. The stress felt during exercises is considerable, because the problem situations that arise fully match reality.
In this virtual world, the course participant can open doors, enter buildings, walk up and down stairs and look into and under vehicles. The vital signs of victims can also be retrieved, for triage purposes.