Sergeant Timothy Loso, Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety
“The City of Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety has used the MILO Range simulator in laser and live-fire mode for over 15-years to train our recruits and in-service officers in decision-based training in accordance to our use of force policies and procedures.”
Brad Johnston, Chief of Police, Assistant City Manager, City of Astoria
“I believe that CBTsim will help us be aware of the impact that our biases have on our performance and improve our performance to guard against our biases.”
Spokesperson, Large State Corrections Agency
“The goal in using a MILO simulator is to help train staff to accomplish voluntary compliance where possible through verbal CDT (communication, de-escalation of threats) rather than use-of-force. It also highlights the “signs and symptoms of mental illness, developmental disabilities, and cognitive deficits”
Thomas Kerwin, PHD, Operations Director, OSU Driving Sim Lab
The RTI software has allowed us the flexibility we need to do research in many different areas.
Jason Rogers, University of Florida, Computer Applications Coordinator
“The realism you feel from driving in the simulator is not only from the visual systems but also from the feedback that you get from the steering wheel. The vehicle dynamics are modeled very accurately. It really does feel like it is state-of-the-art technology.”
Master Sgt. Michael Tjaarda, 129th Security Forces
“This system is a great resource to have, providing quality, realistic scenarios enhancing the trainees’ experience. The MILO system provides over 800 different training scenarios; some stress inducing, others are more skill building.
This system helps our training department and Combat Arms to train our members any time, quickly and effectively. Turn it on and you can be at an Air Force Range, natural disaster, traffic stop, active shooter or most any other law enforcement or military operation.”
Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority (LYNX)
“Our data collection spoke for itself, a decrease of 69.23% in accidents for those Operators trained on the simulator.”
Paul M. Walters, Chief of Police Santa Ana PD
“We are very excited about the delivery of our FAAC Police Pursuit Driver Training Systems and are looking forward to the training this will provide for our officers. The research and acquisition process involved with the Police Pursuit Driver Training Simulators within the state of California has been complicated and arduous for everyone concerned. I would like to commend the commitment your company has made to this program and the extra effort and quality service. Your dedication to providing a quality product is earning respect among law enforcement agencies throughout this area.”
Col. Brad Smith, Commander, Camp Shelby
“Soldiers can actually perfect skills before they get in combat.
Mistakes are easy here. We can correct mistakes here, we can’t correct mistakes there.”