FLAIM Trainer™, the world’s first immersive technology enabled firefighter training solution
FLAIM Trainer™ combines high fidelity virtual fire environments with real time physical interfaces to deliver the feels real virtual training experience, any place, any time in a safe cost effective manner that safely prepares firefighters for the risks associated with fighting fires.
- Feel the force feedback hose reel & nozzle
- Feel the heat fire proximity heat suit
- Immersive SimulationDelivering a physical world training solution in a safe, controlled virtual environment
- Virtual EnvironmentsHigh fidelity virtual experiences with a continuously expanding portfolio of scenarios
- Multi-SensoryIntegrated physical interfaces to deliver the “Feels Real” virtual training experience
- Fire ScienceProprietary algorithmic modelling delivers real fire behaviour in a virtual environment
- Biometric Performance Statistical learning outcome analysis to generate data driven decision making
- Live FeedbackReal time data capture, analysis and training outcome feedback
Totally portable, immersive learning firefighter training solution
FLAIM Trainer enables the trainer to take the live fire training ground into the classroom. With a set-up time of less than 15 minutes training firefighters in risk awareness, hazard anticipation and fire suppression tactics is made simple by FLAIM’s proprietary fully immersive learning approach.
Expansive library of high-fidelity virtual fire environments
FLAIM develops complete, bespoke, custom scenario and learning solutions to deliver unique training and learning solutions for critical emergency situations.
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NFPA research report into firefighter fatalities in the USA in 2019
Take a look at the USA’s National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) 2019 Report into firefighter fatalities.
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Science Direct Research Paper: Firefighters’ and instructors’ absorption of PAHs and benzene during training exercises
This research study published in the International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health in 2019 examined how structure fire training contributes to firefighters’ and instructors’ chemical exposures.
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