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Lambton College Chooses XVR 3D Virtual Reality Simulation Software for Public Safety Training

June 20, 2013


Lambton College is the first college in Canada to purchase a classroom license of XVR software to use the latest in 3D technology for first responder multi-agency training. Scott Blandford, Dean of Public Safety at Lambton College, believes in using the latest technology to prepare the students for the real world with the ultimate goal of saving lives. 

Lambton College, located in Sarnia, Ontario, is home to the Fire & Public Safety Centre of Excellence. Programs include post-secondary programs, as well as industrial and municipal firefighting and hazardous materials emergency response training. This highly professional facility and faculty offers the most updated information and techniques to better prepare the students for situations in their field.

The XVR simulation platform by e-semble is a virtual reality training tool for command, control and communication skills training. In XVR, an instructor can use the extensive library of interactive 3D objects to create virtual reality threat and incident scenarios. The scenarios can be created in any one of the available 3D environments as well as a custom-made environment of your own building or site. XVR is used for single as well as multi-agency training of fire & rescue, ambulance and police services, as well as airport and other high risk area security services. XVR can be used for classroom education, single student simulation training and multi-student team training of complex realistic scenarios.

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