Historically, ADR training was conducted using 3-D printed models, printed maps, and spreadsheets. With the development of the Command and Control (C2) ADR simulator, the idea of using VR and gaming technology in creation of a digital table was born.
With an expertly designed virtual interface, VST empowers instructors and students with control through each step of the ADR training process. From start to finish, VST simplifies scenario configuration, management, location awareness, labor and material forecasting, injects, and mitigation strategies.
DS2 provides tools and support for modeling and analysis including:
- Simple: Implemented with straightforward user controls and realistic environment conditions, instructors are empowered to design and control exercises, manage injects, and test student knowledge.
- Adaptive: VST replaces antiquated training practices, limited visibility, and understanding, modernizing the visualization. While still utilizing the 3D models, students interact more directly with the processes and gain awareness of their decisions and consequences.
- Scalable: No two installations are the same. VST is a platform constructed and customized to scale—not the other way around. DS2 configures VST to model your installation with the ability to scale up to 6 tables.
- Decision Management: VST has built-in, virtual repair processes modeled from their real-world processes, allowing teams to rapidly witness the outcomes of their decisions and other factors across the entire training process.
- Risk Mitigation: Training with VST allows all factors to be considered before a decision is made and in turn, allows investigation of critical decisions that help to avoid loss of life and equipment in real-life scenarios.
- Customization: Instructors can customize scenarios, equipment, labor rates, teams, and viewports (i.e., table views) across the installation to develop an unlimited amount of real-life scenarios to train against.