Our videos hone trainee skills in marksmanship, judgmental and collective squad action.

Military training involves unexpected situations that test a combatant’s decision-making and response skills. InVeris simulation courseware provides a safe way to improve those skills. We offer standard packages as well as customized solutions in three formats:

Computer-Generated Instruction (CGI) courseware

Collective training in a tactical environment.

  • InVeris CGI scenarios support the critical training of a squad as a group or splitting the squad into groups to cover different sectors of fire.
  • The CGI software supports High Level Architecture (HLA) networking between multiple InVeris training systems of the same configuration to allow multiple squads — so participants can partake in a joint training exercise.
  • Embedded CGI authoring enables customers to create new collective training scenarios by selecting from 200+ model libraries including humans, ground vehicles, fixed aircraft, rotary wing aircraft, buildings and various terrains.

CGI Indirect Fire Trainer (IFT) courseware (optional). CGI IFT software is also available to accurately train forward observer (FO) and forward air control procedures. It displays the effects of the close-in fire support and close air support, Fighter (and other Aircraft) Ground Attack (FGA) and helicopter missions.

Marksmanship lanes courseware

Lanes courseware to support and modify traditional range courses.

  • Instructors can use embedded lanes authoring capability to create unique firearms qualification courses, selecting from various range backgrounds and targets.
  • They can also import image files of new targets and backgrounds to be used in virtual firearms training courses.

Judgmental video courseware

Scenarios for analysis and response.

  • Our library of video courseware exceeds 200 scenarios, supporting judgmental training to analyze a situation and potential threat, and then respond to with the correct course of action.
  • Soldier responses can range across a spectrum: From verbal commands and less lethal engagement, using optional chemical spray devices and Taser® simulators, to lethal engagement using firearms.
  • For each segment of the video scenario, the instructor considers a list of possible outcomes or branching options. From there, they tailor the scenario outcome based on training objectives, adjusting to differing soldier responses.
  • An optional Video Authoring Station enables instructors to create new scenarios to support specific training objectives.