SOUTHAMPTON, Pa. Feb. 18, 2011 Orlando, FL Abu Dhabi
February 20-24, 2011
This show will offer emergency management and defense personnel the chance to view the simulations up close and witness the true-to-life, high fidelity visuals associated with ADMS. IDEX attendees will also be able to evaluate the features which make ADMS unique in the market, including true artificial intelligence, and open-ended scenarios which require dynamic decision making to affect the outcome of the incident.
- A collapsed building, which offers search and rescue capability, either through visual, audio device or K9 assistance.
- A train incident, either passenger or cargo, which has the flexibility of presenting hazardous material consequences.
- A high-rise fire, with interior and exterior operability and evacuation functionality.
Saudi Arabia Marco van Wijngaarden
The ADMS virtual reality team training system provides emergency responders, from tactical to strategic levels, a highly efficient and cost effective solution to their training needs. Due to the high-end simulation of incidents, personnel and resources, trainees are immersed within the training exercise while in a controlled and safe environment. ADMS combines physics based simulation, embedded artificial intelligence, photorealistic visualizations, and ambient sounds into a very realistic and interactive training environment. First introduced in 1994, ADMS has trained emergency responders worldwide, on local, regional and national levels.
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The Company cautions that the foregoing list of factors that could affect forward-looking statements by ETC is not exclusive. Except as required by federal securities law, the Company does not undertake to update any forward-looking statement, whether written or oral, that may be made from time to time by or on behalf of the Company.
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