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Congratulations to LTU’s IGVC Spec 2 Team on First Place at Robofest 2017

Published on July 6, 2017

Realtime Technologies, a sponsor for Lawrence Tech’s IGVC Spec 2 team, took first place at Robofest 2017.

Realtime Technologies Delivers to Virgina Tech’s Autonomous Systems and Intelligent Machines (ASIM) lab

Published on June 14, 2017

Virginia Tech mechanical engineering lab receives autonomous driving simulator Virginia Tech’s newest laboratory, the Autonomous Systems and Intelligent Machines (ASIM) lab, is home to a tiny town with robotic vehicles and a full-sized smart car. The lab will provide data-driven, scientific insight into how people interact with automated vehicle systems — a crucial new element to … Continued

Pursuit Response Helps Manage High Risk Vehicle Events While Improving Community Safety

Published on May 25, 2017

Advisory Group Brings Law Enforcement the Latest in Training and Technology (Washington, DC) –March 14, 2017 – Pursuit Response is an advisory group dedicated to the safety of law enforcement and citizens surrounding high risk vehicle events. The group brings the latest research, advocacy, education, training and technology resources to law enforcement and the communities … Continued

Perth County Paramedic Services hosts first-ever virtual reality simulation competition with participants from all over Ontario

Published on May 11, 2017

Perth County Paramedic Services hosts first-ever virtual reality simulation competition with participants from all over Ontario. They used Rescue Sim’s incident command simulator to work through a mass casualty incident. Full article at StratfordBeaconHerald.com

Reaching Students’ Affective Domain of Learning – Firefighter Training

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Many of us have sat through hundreds of lectures. What does it take to become involved and active in the learning process? For many, the hands-on practical skills are necessary to pull everything together. To become truly engaged, however, firefighters must care about the subject being presented. By Philip Duczyminski See full article in Fire … Continued

Police Cadets Train with State-of-the-Art Simulator at Kalamazoo Valley Law Enforcement Training Center

Published on May 4, 2017

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FAAC Builds Industry’s First Vertical Screen Array for Transit Driving Simulators New Viewing Concept Expands Instructors’ Capability; Adds Functional Realism

Published on April 27, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Ann Arbor, MI – FAAC’s new vertically optimized screen array is being deployed for the first time after a recent contract award in Ontario. Company engineers have developed a configuration for very large format flat panel monitors, installed vertically to create a ‘sidewalk-to-sky’ viewing angle. The transit application of this engineering … Continued
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