It takes real experience to build real skills. RescueSim—FAAC’s incident command and management simulator solution—is built from the ground up to create the most realistic, reproducible, and customizable training scenarios possible for emergency operation centers, municipal crisis teams, first responders, and other safety and security professionals.
A networked RescueSim hardware/software solutions create a realistic 3D training environment for all participants, with interactive role-playing functionality. Each scenario can address all the levels of strategic, tactical, and operational thinking that come into play in a major incident: inter-departmental coordination, communication, individual situational awareness, and all the “soft-skills” need for each role at every level.
Your RescueSim solution will be able to support an unlimited number of unique scenarios, set in company specific, geographical-location specific, or generic environments. FAAC has developed specialized modules for critical infrastructure and other sites of special significance: Airports, railways, ships and shipyards, traffic tunnels, ports, offshore facilities, industrial sites, etc. Any scenario can be further complicated with inclement weather, reduced visibility, crowd control issues, and other factors—all without the risks, costs, time, and scheduling challenges associated with large-scale preparedness exercises.
RescueSim is inherently scalable, both in terms of class-size, scenario complexity, and organizational hierarchy. RescueSim can support individual one-on-one training, classroom training, multi-user/multi-device training, and even large-scale immersive “theaters” (similar to MILO Response and MILO Range). Each scenario includes distinct threads for each role and organizational level, from the emergency ops centers or municipal crisis teams, to on-scene commanders and coordinators—even individual first responders.
Most importantly, our simulators are instructor controlled, with advanced logging, debriefing, and scenario developmental tools. Any scenario can be made more intense and challenging (or eased off) at any time, before beginning the scenario or while running it. Afterward, effective debriefing makes it possible to mine each session for every teachable moment and opportunity for improvement.