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SHOTPROS at the Conference for New Technology for Law Enforcement in Würzburg 2021
02.11. – 04.11.2021
The Behörden Spiegel Conference for new technology is a professional law enforcement information technology event bringing together leaders in law enforcement to discuss the best ways to adopt and apply new technologies. The Conference took place from 2nd to 4th November 2021 in Würzburg, Germany.
The participants were split into small groups and assigned into breakout session. During this breakout session SHOTPROS had the opportunity to share the various possibilities and concepts how to integrate the VR System into law enforcement training. The demands on law enforcement to make critical decisions in tense, uncertain and rapidly evolving situations require that the human performance aspect of cognitive neuroscience and human physiology are considered as part of the police training methodology.
The breakout seasons created a participatory environment in which SHOTPROS shared and discussed ideas with over 200 professional law enforcement representatives. With the VR & Police Network the attendants can stay connected with other professionals, even after the conference. Furthermore, they have the chance to learn more about the benefits of the technology in the law enforcement domain and try the VR System at the SHOTPROS Field Trails in 2022.
Field Trials 2022 – Save the date:
07.02.-11.02.2022 @Seibersdorf (near Vienna), Austria
21.03.-25.03.2022 @Bukarest; Romania
18.04.-22.04.2022 @Selm, Germany
23.05.-27.05.2022 @Berlin, Germany
For further information please contact the coordinator shotpros@usecon
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