Virtual Explosive Ordnance Disposal in Cologne Exhibition Halls

szenaris presents virtual reality simulations on the ITEC 2011

(PresseBox) ( Bremen, )
Innovative solutions for training and education are at the centre of the “ITEC 2011” trade fair, which will take place in the Cologne exhibition halls from May 10th to 12th, 2011. State-of-the-art simulation systems are becoming increasingly important in this context. szenaris GmbH will present an improved version of its virtual reality simulation “Remote-Controlled Robots” and its simulation system for building makeshift bridges to the international expert audience.

With more than 110 exhibitors, 132 speakers at the congress and several thousand expected visitors, the ITEC continues to be Europe's largest trade fair for military training and education. Being an important provider for IT solutions for advanced training methods, szenaris will introduce new technological developments in Cologne. After having showcased an earlier version of the “Remote-Controlled Robots” virtual reality training already last year, szenaris will now present the fully functional final version. In the virtual learning environment, users control realistic 3D models of remote-controlled robotic vehicles to dispose of explosive ordnance.

The scenario editor as a supplementary module furthermore enables the trainer to individually adapt the training mission by means of numerous parameters such as terrain conditions or IEDs (Improvised Explosive Devices). Thus, the virtual reality training reduces the perils and costs of the training while increasing the learning success at the same time.

The simulation system “Virtual Team Trainer (VTT)” for building makeshift bridges is another highlight at the szenaris booth. After the “Amphibian M3”, the second bridge system “Foldable Long-Span Bridge” has now been delivered to the Bundeswehr on this system.

“We invite anyone interested to visit us at booth A112 and take control of a virtual vehicle themselves”, says managing director Dr. Uwe Katzky. szenaris will also provide insights into its computer- and web based trainings on military topics.
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