Debriefing Room Components.
The SIMStation debriefing system can be set up within a distance of up to 325 feet from the training room. Debriefing can be carried out independent of the Recording Station, as the Debriefing Box has its own built-in Player PC. All playback devices, from projectors to conference AV installations, can be connected via HDMI and audio output.
NEW! Live Internet Streaming of your Training. Make your simulation training available live or on demand over the internet! Via our SIMStation Live Broadcast interface, your simulation training can be transmitted live and in full HD on established streaming services (e.g. YouTube) and archived on the internet – also with access protection for private distribution.
Include the Audience
The new SIMStation Audience Realtime Feedback App facilitates better integration of training participants in the debriefing process. The participants can use their own tablets and the SIMStation Feedback App to evaluate the training performance and fill in questionnaires. These evaluations can immediately be accessed on the SIMStation Trainer Tablet and be incorporated into the debriefing.
The SIMStation Tablet
The SIMStation tablet shows the markers and annotations which were previously set during the training scenario. The trainer uses the tablet like a remote control for the playback of significant video scenes. Moreover, the SIMStation tablet also allows seamless integration of Power-Point presentations and instructional videos in the video debriefing, in addition to the recorded training videos. Furthermore each camera shot can be viewed live on the tablet, as well as allowing the user to switch between different camera positions during live transmission.
High Definition Projector
An HD projector comes along with the package for an In-situ system. However – you may plug in any device equipped with a DVI input to the SIMStation player.
Mobile Projection Screen
A mobile Projector Screen is included in every In-Situ package purchased. Making it easy to turn any space into a working debriefing center.