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VCATTM

AI based instructor for fundamental firearm training.

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REVOLUTIONIZE FIREARM TRAINING

Currently, firearm training for military, law enforcement, and civilian shooters is expensive and inefficient.

Cognitive performance is proven to drive 80% of successful firearm performance yet cognitive factors are currently unmeasurable by human instructors.

VCAT™ is a simulative personal instructor in VR which employs cutting edge technologies to precisely measure a trainee’s strengths and weaknesses and build customized training routines

Improves Cost Effectiveness

IPASS decreases the cost of pilot assessment by helping to pick out the highest potential cadets early on with limited need for expensive flight hours.

Increases Efficiency

By helping to sort through the pool of potential pilots quickly, IPASS allows flight programs to -

Unbiased Data

Current training and selection is conducted by inherently biased human instructors. IPASS algorithms analyze pure analytics in order determine a cadet's potential.

MEASURE KEY COGNITIVE SKILLS

Our groundbreaking technology allows for users to access previously unmeasurable cognitive performance analytics and implement them to select the best aviators

Situational Awareness

Focus

Attention & More

Utilize Cutting-Edge technology

Eyeviation employs advanced eye tracking technology combined with multi-sensory inputs to assess flight cadet cognition. Capturing every nuanced eye movement and correlating sensory data, our proprietary algorithms analyze these patterns to predict a cadet's potential as a fighter pilot.

Artificial Intelligence

Eye Tracking

XR

WHAT IT INCLUDES

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VALIDATION

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CONTACT

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