The cities of Clayton, Richmond Heights
, Maplewood, and Webster Groves
jointly purchased a state-of-the-art virtual reality training shooting simulator. The Milo system can generate a simulated learning environment for use with any teaching, training, or testing objective.
Portable, customizable, adaptable, the Milo system is the foundation for the future of all interactive training. The Milo range training system provides interactive virtual reality training in utilizing the:
- Police baton
- Tear-gas canister
- Tactical patrol rifle
- Duty pistol
This training tool allows increased flexibility for the instructor and the police agency. It utilizes the latest in computer technology and the science of training and training tactics.