ETC Awarded Contract to Deliver ADMS Advanced Disaster Management Simulator
Environmental Tectonics Corporation’s (OTC Bulletin Board: ETCC) (“ETC” or the “Company”) Simulation Division today announced the award of a contract to deliver an ADMS Command full team training system to the Community College of Aurora in Aurora, Colorado.
The Community College of Aurora’s (CCA) Critical Incident Theater (CIT) will utilize ADMS to train the students who are in one of their first responder programs, such as the Fire Academy, Police Academy or the Emergency Medical Technicians track. Additionally, they will also train working professionals in many different emergency capacities, including first responders, emergency managers, evacuation center managers, and more. Combined, CCA expects to initially train over 1,000 students and professionals annually utilizing ADMS.
CCA acquired ADMS because they recognize the need and importance of technology in institutional learning. Clinton Anderson, Critical Incident Theater Director, explained, “The Community College of Aurora strives to be at the cutting edge of learning — keeping students, who are also often working adults, engaged in relevant learning that will allow them to not only succeed in the world but excel at it. We want to provide the best training, to the best people, so that they can provide the best care during the worst of times. ADMS will enable us to be the best by providing us the best training out there, hands down.”
ADMS, the Advanced Disaster Management Simulator is a Virtual Reality Simulation Training Stage. A unique level of immersion is achieved by ETC’s signature technology by blending physics-based simulation, embedded artificial intelligence, accurate animations, photo-realistic graphics, and ambient sounds. ADMS enables first responders and emergency managers to train and rehearse at all levels of response, in a safe, economical and green way.
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