inCommand is powered by the XVR Simulation Platform
Real-life training is an excellent way to develop competencies but is often time-consuming and expensive. FAAC’s InCommand, powered by the XVR’s Simulation Platform, is an interactive 3D incident management simulator. It prepares safety and security professionals for emergencies, disasters, and other incidents by training in a realistic virtual environment, without the dangers, costs and time associated with traditional command and control training.
The inCommand simulator allows emergency crews to experience the incident as they would in real life. They assess the situation and determine the best response strategy, implement it and then observe the consequences of their decisions. This allows the responder trainee to prepare for the disaster, emergency, or incident both in terms of strategic tactical response as well as psychological preparedness and communication soft-skills.
Users can try different response strategies across a wide array of incidents ranging from security drills to public health emergencies to natural disaster response. The inCommand suite is delivered with a comprehensive library of pre-built high-fidelity scenarios, allowing the user to start training immediately. As instructor proficiency is gained, the user can expand their scenario library using the intuitive toolbox. Total flexibility within the system allows the instructor to have full control over events during the exercise, thus enabling them to change the incidents on the spot.
Realistic Exercise Locations:
“Train” Scenario Library
Interactive Roleplaying Functionality:
Scalable training Setups
Strategic: For Emergency Operation Centers and Municipal Crisis Team
Tactical: For On-Scene Commanders and First Response Coordinators
Operational: For Emergency Response Units and First Responders
Real-life training is an excellent way to develop competences, but is often time-consuming and expensive. inCommand is an incident management simulator that prepares safety and security professionals for incidents by letting them train in a realistic virtual environment, without the dangers, costs and time associated with traditional training.