VirTra Systems’ mobile live-fire training simulation trailer is something any weapons freak will really enjoy. The trailer is principled on the Houston Company’s IVR (immersive virtual training) simulation technology and offers a three-lane marksmanship simulator and “full-featured judgmental-use-of-force scenario” with both laser-based and live-fire training, including full auto in anything up to .50 caliber. What makes the experience even more cool is that you have the option of getting the trailer fitted either military style or police style.
VirTra Systems sells “situational awareness” training equipment and virtual reality systems to military and other consumers, like General Motors and Red Baron Pizza.
The live-fire trailer is reasonably priced at between $250,000 and $500,000 depending on accessories included in it.
VirTra Systems, Inc. (OTCBB: VTSI). Major General Perry V. Dalby (USA-Retired), VirTra Systems’ chief executive officer, today announced the Company has launched its new mobile live-fire small arms training simulation trailer product.
The new live-fire simulation trailer (figure 1), based on VirTra Systems’ successful IVR® simulation technology, offers a full-featured judgmental-use-of-force scenario and three-lane marksmanship/target simulator allowing both laser-based and live-fire training and is available in both law enforcement and military models for use with fully automatic small arms up to .50 caliber in size. The mobile live-fire trailer costs between $250,000 and $500,000 depending on how the customer accessorizes the product.
“Demand for such mobile live-fire trailers is considerable both domestically as well as internationally,” commented Michael Kitchen, VirTra Systems’ vice-president of simulation. “The military and law enforcement agencies have increasingly employed these mobile live-fire trailers as a cost-effective alternative to fixed installations because they allow live-fire training anywhere, at any time-of-day, in any weather. In addition, its mobility allows agencies to provide critical training to personnel over a wide geographical area.”
Major General Dalby commented, “We remain committed to offering the training community innovative, high-tech, immersive small arms training simulation products at extremely competitive prices. VirTra Systems is now well-positioned to become the preferred vendor for fixed, mobile, laser-based, and live-fire immersive small arms simulation training.”
“We have already received several bid requests regarding this product, and expect it to augment sales of our full range of immersive small arms training product lines for both military and law enforcement agencies,” Kitchen concluded.