The Caspian Vehicle Recognition Training App is a mobile-delivered vehicle identification training program that has been specifically designed to improve the performance and speed that users are able to identify vehicles in low visibility scenarios.
It has been designed for mobile device consumption, from real user requirements, and aims to be the market leading synthetic vehicle recognition training application available.
The app will be one of the first of its kind designed for mobile delivery.
Developed from the latest available vehicle information and using the latest 3D technology, the Caspian VRT aims to improve the speed at which users can identify vehicles by allowing them to swipe, zoom and pan vehicles from their mobile device (a phone or a tablet).
A fully immersive, configurable 3D environment immerses the user into a variety of low visibility settings and a complex scoring mechanic records their every decision and the conditions that existed when they made it, for example; vehicle distance from camera, light, time of day, terrain type and how long it actually took to identify the vehicle are just a few of the measurements that are running behind the scenes.
Like most of Caspian’s products, the VRT has been designed to improve performance and change behaviour, and scoring and feedback based on learning outcomes are integral to the product’s unique position as a learning app or serious game.
A powerful configuration system allows trainers to set very specific tests, for example, here’s just one configuration that a training officer might run:
At the end of the test, scoring and feedback are provided to users and saved for training officers.
Alternatively, if a more dynamic and fresh experience is required, the VRT can be completely randomised and any combination of configuration options set.
A more detailed list of configuration options will be available at I/ITSEC, at the Bohemia Interactive/Caspian Learning stand #735.
If you like the sound of the app and want to try it but won’t be attending I/ITSEC, then make sure that you don’t miss out when the demo becomes available, and sign up to the VRT download list now.