VSTEP invited @ the Korean Serious Games Seminar. Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs becomes a virtual RescueSim firefighter.
Date posted: 29-03-2012
VSTEP was invited by the Dutch Embassy to demonstrate its RescueSim Virtual Incident Management Platform during the Korean Serious Games Seminar in Seoul, South Korea.
Coinciding with the nuclear summit in South Korea, the Dutch Embassy in Seoul together with the Gyeonggi Content Agency and the Korea Game Society organized a Serious Games Seminar focusing on Serious Games that are effectively applied for better training and preparation of safety professionals and emergency services.
As a pioneer nation in the development of Serious Games, The Netherlands host some of the world’s leading serious game developers. South Korea is a leading technology nation in the world, with an open mind towards applying technological innovations for real-life application.
During a training session organized by the Safety Region Rotterdam Rijnmond and VSTEP, RescueSim’s new HLA compliancy and VBS2 interoperability was put into operation, showcasing civil-military and antiterrorism training possibilities.
VSTEP is proud to announce that its RescueSim virtual incident management training platform is to be fully compatible with the next generation Oculus Rift Head Mounted Displays, making full immersion 3D virtual training possible for its users and opening up new training possibilities for emergency services.
NAUTIS DNV Certified Class B simulator delivered to the Maritime License Training Company in Jacksonville, Florida.
For training of its Sigma Class Corvette bridge personnel, the Indonesian Navy and Ministry of Defence selected VSTEP to supply two Class A NAUTIS Full Mission Bridge (FMB) Simulators for its Kobangdikal marine training facility in Surabaya.
At the Kooy Symposium 2013, Delft Dynamics, specialised in building unmanned helicopters, presented their Universal Simulation Platform for Unmanned Systems (USPvOS). Using this platform, groundstations from unmanned systems can be linked directly to RescueSim using High Level Architecture (HLA), thereby allowing virtual training of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) operators.