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Milo Range Training Systems

December 22, 2016
Milo Range Training Systems continues to be an industry leader in interactive simulation training for law enforcement, military, and government agencies worldwide.

Advancements in Judgment Simulators

December 7, 2016

New use-of-force simulator training provides customization so officers can experience scenarios as close to real life as possible.

Theater

June 9, 2016
The Milo Range Theater from Milo Range Training Systems provides you with an interactive, multi-screen, use-of-force simulator with an enhanced field of view, multi-directional threats, and more.

Theater

April 29, 2015
Milo Range Theater is a multi-screen simulator designed to evaluate your decision-making skills. It uses interactive video scenarios and CGI graphics to provide training in use-of-force options and tactical judgment.

The Virtual Reality Machine

January 18, 2015

You quickly realize when working a scenario in the new Theater from MILO Range Training Systems that it's a new kind of use-of-force simulator. Not only does the Theater system provide an immersive multiple screen experience, the images projected on those screens react to your movements.

IACP 2014: Report from the Aisles

December 2, 2014

Here's a look at wearable video systems and officer-worn evidence capture equipment as well as some of the other cool products at IACP 2014.

Immersive Virtual Training Theater Suites

October 17, 2014
The MILO Range Theater system provides you with a fully immersive training environment. IACP Booth #559

MILO Range Theater Provides Immersive Use-of-Force Simulator Training

October 14, 2014
The MILO Range Theater from MILO Range Training Systems provides you with an interactive, multi-screen, use of force simulator with an enhanced field of view, multi-directional threats, and more. Available in 180- and 300-degree configurations, the MILO Range Theater is designed to surround you for an ultra-immersive training experience.

Training Outside of the Box

March 21, 2014

The contemporary use-of-force simulator scenario has become much more of an immersive and realistic experience for the student. All of this technological innovation has led agencies and instructors to re-examine the ways they are using simulators for both recruit and in-service training.

Training Sims Help Officers Use Appropriate Force

April 11, 2013

Nothing is exactly the same as being in an incident on the street, but today’s use-of-force judgment training simulators are getting darn close. And the more experience law enforcement officers have with split-second decision-making in a realistic training setting, the better they’ll be at making the right call on duty.

MILO 4

September 21, 2012
IES makes huge leap forward in firearms and force options simulation training systems with MILO 4. IACP Booth #4913.

Budget Simulators

April 19, 2011

Technological advancements allow companies to continually refine the quality of use-of-force simulators, but vendors have also been paying attention to the budget problems of public safety agencies that buy them.

Use-of-Force Simulators

April 30, 2010

Now more than ever, "keeping it real" is a critical factor in training new recruits. This generation grew up with movies made entirely of lifelike computer-generated graphics, sometimes rendered in 3-D.

ILEETA: Trainers Go Hands On With Simulators

April 22, 2010
One of the best things about attending the International Law Enforcement Educators and Training Association conference held this week in the Chicago area is that trainers get some serious hands-on experience with some of the latest training tools, including use-of-force simulators.

POLICE-TREXPO West to Hold IES Simulator Shooting Contest

March 11, 2010
You'll have a chance to test your shooting skills on the POLICE-TREXPO show floor at the IES Interactive Training booth in Long Beach, Calif., this month.

Training Simulators

August 10, 2009

The first law enforcement simulators were 16 mm projectors that flickered their filmed images onto sheets strung across shooting ranges. When the bad guy went for his gun, the officer had to fire and then await the judgement of his trainer as to whether it was a good shoot. Today's simulators are high-tech computer systems with digital projectors that play complex interactive scenarios. They are designed not only to teach officers when and how to shoot guns and less-lethal weapons but also how to talk to suspects to avoid escalation and confrontation.

Virtual Reality Training

April 1, 2009

Today's simulators are high-tech computer systems with digital projectors that play complex interactive scenarios. They are designed not only to teach officers when and how to shoot guns and less-lethal weapons but also how to talk to suspects to avoid escalation and confrontation.

IES Training Simulator

August 1, 2005
The new Driving Force training simulator from IES offers integrated driving/use-of-force scenarios, stand-alone use-of-force scenarios, and a driving simulator that can branch into a variety of endings depending on the reactions of the driver. Law enforcement agencies can also film and edit their own scenarios and add text and audio to additional scenarios via built-in editing software.
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