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FBI tests shoot, don’t shoot with a MILO Range Simulator

Published on November 10, 2017

A simulator helps FBI agents make better decisions on when they should and should not fire their guns. Agents regularly go through the MILO Range simulator. Wednesday they gave a demonstration. The life or death decisions the law enforcement face are not always easy to predict. The FBI shows a scenario in the simulator where … Continued

Mich. universities push ahead on autonomous vehicles

Published on October 23, 2017

Lawrence Tech’s vehicle is known as ACTor, or Autonomous Campus Transport/Taxi, and is expected to be functioning on campus by August. It is planned to be a level-three autonomous vehicle, meaning hands can be taken off the wheel and eyes off the road. See full article here

Maximizing technology through superior application

Published on October 10, 2017

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — FAAC’s Continuum of Training is not only a tool, but an approach that takes place by threading multiple learning events together through one seamless scenario. The Continuum of Training uses simulation-based tools provide the highest levels of learning retention, at a fraction of the cost and without the risk. Learning by doing is … Continued

How TTC uses training simulator to train safer operators.

Published on October 6, 2017

‘Any training moment we can dream up’ “Here we can create any training moment that we can dream up,” Lionel Jordan explained, “like training somebody in August how to operate in a snowstorm.” Read the full article on CBC here 

Experts lead church security conference at Willow Creek

Published on September 29, 2017

Dailyhearald.com  By: Bob Susnjara | Staff Photographer Chicago-area church leaders gathered Friday in South Barrington to gain knowledge on how to increase safety in houses of worship at a conference led by law-enforcement experts. Read article  

Sheriff’s office issues new driving simulation course to deputies

Published on September 26, 2017

  Ector County Sheriff’s Office deputies are currently undergoing a new training course making use of a FAAC driving simulator, to better prepare them when they are out on patrol. Read full article here  

Mind Wandering is Common During Driving

Published on September 7, 2017

Researchers in the United States have investigated mind wandering in volunteers during a driving simulation. When prompted at random during the simulation, the volunteers reported mind wandering 70% of the time. Using electrophysiological measurements, the researchers could identify specific changes in brain patterns when the volunteers were mind wandering. Read more at EurekaAlert  
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