On the 3rd and 4th of May 2017, CENTRIC with the AUGGMED project ran a simulated training feature at the Counter Terror Expo in the Olympia Conference Centre, London. An international selection of attendees signed up to a collaborative training session with the AUGGMED team requiring them to make complex decisions within a potential terror threat scenario. A plethora of data was collected from both guests and trainees which will be used to further enhance knowledge surrounding the field of VR training, inform counter terrorism activities, and enhance collaboration between first responder agencies.
The event was attended by international television agencies including Sky News and the BBC, the AUGGMED project was specifically featured on the Sky News Swipe program above.
More information Regarding the AUGGMED project can be found here: http://www.auggmed-project.eu/