State of the art CBRN scenario simulation

First Responder Training

Finding safe and repeatable training methodologies for CBRN response units is highly important for the continued security of every nation. With the highly dangerous nature of CBRN agents live field training is extremely limited. We have incorporated our fields of expertise to provide safe and effective CBRN response training for both small and large scale organisations. Using our HAVAC CBRN dispersion models to create virtual layers of CBRN agents with adjustable variables such as volumes, flow rates, pressure etc. This virtual layer can be customized to use a real landscape with the layout of the structures and their floorplans. The HAVAC model can take real time weather input from onsite sensors or the use of simulated weather data to train for a variety of environments. 


The CBRN response system allows the creation of virtual devices CBRN detectors replicated from real ones to accurately interact with the HAVAC model. Moving from real trainings to simulated virtual trainings broadens the range of CBRN agents to incorporate into the training regime. The importance of increasing the training level of first responders to be able to handle the large and dangerous variety of CBRN related incidents is paramount to ensuring the safety and security of society. 

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