HOW CAN THE CENTER FOR NAVY SECURITY FORCES LEVERAGE IMMERSIVE TECHNOLOGIES TO ENHANCE ITS CURRENT TRAINING DELIVERY?
Rogers, Jeremy J.
Sanders, James P.
Vogel, Adam C.
Dillard, John T.
Salem, Anita M.
Aten, Kathryn J.
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This research supports the U.S. Navy Center for Security Forces’ (CENSECFOR) delivery of ready and relevant learning by providing knowledge of innovative industry practices and technology- and recommendations-based CENSECFOR needs. This research answers the following research questions: •How are public safety and security forces using augmented and mixed reality technologies to support training? •What have been the outcomes of such technology use reported in academic and trade literature? •What gaps and opportunities exist in current training/delivery? •How could augmented/mixed reality technologies best address these gaps?
MBA Professional ProjectReissued 3 Sep 2019 with text corrections to pp. 54, 103.
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