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New VR Experience Elevates Airport Security Training

We’re thrilled to announce the release of a pioneering Virtual Reality (VR) experience designed to revolutionize airport security training. EXP360 has transformed two critical security scenarios into immersive, engaging VR experiences. These scenarios are designed to equip security personnel with the skills needed to handle real-life challenges efficiently and professionally.

Scenario 1: Multi-tasking Mastery

The first scenario places participants in a situation where a passenger, unaware of standard security procedures, attempts to place all their belongings in a single tray. This scenario teaches personnel how to guide passengers effectively, ensuring compliance with security protocols without causing delays or discomfort.

Scenario 2: Dealing with Non-responsive Passengers

In the second scenario, trainees learn to address passengers who may not respond to standard security calls and how to manage potential Electronic Detection System (EDS) alarms. This scenario is vital for maintaining a smooth flow at checkpoints and ensuring passenger safety.

Late Phase Enhancement

To add depth and complexity to the training, we introduced an enhanced version of the first scenario. Here, the player engages with two passengers simultaneously, navigating through unexpected twists and maintaining professional and efficient problem-solving skills. This addition is aimed at preparing personnel for multitasking under pressure, a common requirement in airport security roles.

Experience It Yourself

The VR experience is accessible via the web version for a broader audience and through the Guide Kit for an immersive, hands-on training session. This approach not only makes the learning process more interactive but also more enjoyable, turning mundane manual readings into engaging learning adventures.

EXP360 is committed to pushing the boundaries of traditional training methods. By introducing these VR experiences, we aim to enhance the preparedness of airport security personnel, making airports safer and travel experiences smoother for everyone involved.

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Hi there! My name is Simon and I have been working in technical key accounting for over a decade. In the past 5 years, I have also focused on virtual reality (VR), helping clients integrating EXP360's VR SaaS tools into their processes and infrastructure. With my experience in both technical key accounting and VR, I am well-equipped to provide insights and solutions for a variety of challenges.