Laser Shot’s training systems are centered around marksmanship and the use-of-force continuum. To that end, a line of realistic non-lethal simulated weapons is available for officers to train on every step of de-escalation to ensure that threats in the virtual environment are met with the correct tier of force.
Tasers: When the trigger of the simulated X2/X26p trigger is pressed during JTS scenarios, the suspect in the simulation will react as though a taser has been deployed. This shot is then recorded in the software for AAR purposes.
IR Flashlight: The IR Flashlight Trainer is an infrared laser based training device that upon activation triggers illumination of the screen in low light scenarios.
SIM Baton: Constructed from a standard ASP model baton, a kinetic switch is activated when swung by an officer that elicits a corresponding response from suspects in JTS scenarios.
OC Spray: Designed to match the dimensions of standard-issued OC Spray devices, when the trigger is pressed, characters in select HD scenarios will react as if OC Spray has been deployed.
Counting Magazines: Laser Shot has developed simulated magazines capable of adjustable round counts. When the number of shots fired equals the round count setting, a follower is actuated to lock the bolt or slide to the rear, replicating the physical characteristics of an empty weapon.Laser Shot has developed simulated magazines capable of adjustable round counts. When the number of shots fired equals the round count setting, a follower is actuated to lock the bolt or slide to the rear, replicating the physical characteristics of an empty weapon.
Officers must physically eject the magazine and press down on the actuator to reset/reload and re-insert in to the magazine well to resume firing. Each magazine replicates the weight and feel of a real magazine and feature true-to-life dimensions for seamless carrying in tactical gear or duty belts for reload drills.
C/CAT (Cover/Concealment Angle Trainer): Laser Shot’s C/CAT is a portable, modular barrier system that enables shooters to utilize cover and concealment, enhancing simulated and force-on-force training scenarios.Laser Shot’s C/CAT is a portable, modular barrier system that enables shooters to utilize cover and concealment, enhancing simulated and force-on-force training scenarios.
Barricades measure 4’x6’ and are built with modularity in mind. A C/CAT can be configured to replicate obstacles found in the field, such as doorways, hallways, corners, and other architectural layouts. Barriers also incorporate 2’x2’ removable panels to create apertures and windows. Each C/CAT system is comprised of two barricades which can be set up and torn down in minutes. The entire system packs easily into a single case measuring 13’x39’ and weighs only 46 lbs.
Shootback System: Adding real-world feedback consequences to virtual training is the ultimate way to maximizeAdding real-world feedback consequences to virtual training is the ultimate way to maximizestress in either battlefield or use-of-force scenarios. The GTS 200 Shootback System is anadvanced simulator accessory that fires rubber projectiles at the trainee, causing them toutilize cover while returning fire.
This device is controlled by the instructor, who initiatesand terminates firing via wireless controls at appropriate times in various coursewaretitles including JTS - Judgmental Training Software and VBS3 - Virtual Battlespace 3.Muzzle velocity and projectile density have been calibrated to prevent injury to the traineewhen being hit. However, standard kinetic face and throat protection is required.