MILO Range is a world-leading provider of interactive simulation training products and is widely regarded as the nation’s fastest growing manufacturer of best-in-class firearms and use-of-force training systems. Since 1994, our award-winning MILO Range product line has been continuously selected as the de-facto training simulator for all branches of law enforcement, military, security and public safety agencies throughout the United States and the world.
For almost two decades, MILO Range has been proud to serve thousands of public safety and military agencies of all sizes and disciplines in over forty nations. Our main goal is to provide the highest levels of customer support and service to all our current and future customers, and to continually improve and expand our product’s capabilities and quality while providing a superior immersive training environment to the men and women who rely on our systems to prepare for the challenges they face now and into the future.
1994: IES, now MILO Range was founded in Colorado
1995: MILO Range introduces the first all-digital video training simulators
1996: MILO Range introduces the first integrated end-user scenario authoring features to make your own scenarios
2001: MILO Range introduces the first taser simulation training weapon
2003: IES, now MILO Range acquired by Arotech Training and Simulation Division
2004: MILO Range is the first to offer High Definition Video and 5.1 sound standard
2006: MILO Range moved from Colorado to Michigan to join FAAC
2006: MILO Range is the first and only to offer driving simulation integration
2009: MILO Range is the first simulator to offer full touchscreen operation
2012: MILO Range is the first and only simulation training system to incorporate Microsoft Kinect for Windows
2013: MILO Range is the first and only simulation training system to offer CO2 recoil shotgun
2017: MILO Range introduces the industry’s first authentic wireless haptic feedback distraction device to replicate the stress-related challenges and physiological changes that occur in the human body during high-intensity training.
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.
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