Learn more about UN training with our Unity-based Vehicle Search Simulator. Immersive VR experience designed to train security officers in vehicle inspection techniques.
The United Nations trains border officers around the world in best practices for intercepting drugs and chemical precurors at land borders. This training helps to increase seizures and acts to deter smugglers from transporting controlled substances illegally.
VRG devevloped a training simulation for the Quest 2 headset which lets the user practise searching a car, truck and shipping container for controlled substances.
One of the key points of searching vehicles at a land border is to search not for controlled substances but for the empty spaces which may used to conceal drugs or chemicals. This concept is far easier to grasp in a fully simulated 3D environment where hiding spaces can be perceived in exactly the same way as in real-life.
Learning where contraband is hidden most frequently can be quite a repetitive task, especially when delivered via slides on a powerpoint as it can become repetitive. This approach let's the trainee learn by doing and we also assess performance at the same time.
If are interested in discussing how we can re-engage your trainees in the key content, schedule a call.