ADMS-Airbase Unveiled by ETC Simulation at I/ITSEC
Southampton, PA, USA, December 2, 2011—Environmental Tectonics Corporation’s (“ETC” or the “Company”) Simulation Division recently unveiled ADMS-Airbase at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) in Orlando, FL this past week. ADMS-Airbase, the newest product in the ADMS suite of simulation training systems, was developed to specifically address the unique challenges of military-aided emergency and disaster response professionals.
“ADMS—Airbase is built upon the same proven platform as our industry-leading Advanced Disaster Management Simulator (ADMS™); it offers the combination of high definition ADMS visuals and True-Simulation technology within the environment of a non-specific military airbase,” said Marco van Wijngaarden, President of ETC Simulation. “This training system is relevant to emergency management teams around the world, and is an excellent example of a product that will allow military responders and incident commanders to train safely and economically.”
ADMS-Airbase offers interactive, multi-level training for on-scene command, field unit response and off-scene strategic operations. Within the Airbase environment are incidents involving military-specific aircraft and helicopters. Also included is the ability to select and integrate event changing variables such as air crew, passengers and casualties, on-board weapons systems, and weather conditions, thus offering limitless scenario generating capabilities.
ETC Simulation successfully launched the ADMS-Airbase product at their booth as well as conducted personalized tours of their Orlando Innovation Center with opportunities to view the new ADMS-Airbase in their 180 degree Immersion Theatre.
I/ITSEC was held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL from November 29-December 1, 2011. For more details about I/ITSEC, visit their website at www.iitsec.org
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