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artticOct 23 2017
The TC4 Trial "Tactical firearms vignettes" took place in Mollet del Vallès, a suburb of Barcelona, Spain on 10-11 October 2017.

artticOct 23 2017
The TC5 Trial "Arrest of suspects after their car crash" took place in Saint Cyr au Mont d'Or, a suburb of Lyon, France on 3-5 October 2017.

artticOct 23 2017
The second TARGET training scenario (TC) trial exercise took place last week on 28-29 September 2017 in Münster, Germany.

artticOct 07 2017
TARGET's inaugural training scenario (TC) trial exercise took place last week on 20-21 September 2017 in Oranienburg, Germany.

artticSep 27 2017
An important milestone in the TARGET project is fast approaching. Each of the end user agencies is looking forward to trialling the Beta versions of the Augmented and Virtual Reality (AVR) solutions and Training Contents in a series of trials and experiments in September and October 2017.

artticJul 27 2017
Emergency Services Times, the leading first responder publication in the UK, has published the TARGET press release in their June 2017 issue. A copy of the article can be found here, or register online at EST to view the online version of the June issue.  
artticJul 03 2017
TARGET partners jointly performed topographical measurements on motorway 31 near Gronau in Germany in September 2016 to create 3D models for Training Content: “Dealing with a major road accident involving multiple cars, victims, and high risk of explosion (Command & Control)”

artticDec 19 2016
The first meeting of the TARGET Advisory Board took place in Belvaux, Luxembourg on 3rd February 2016 at partner Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology's offices.

artticFeb 11 2016
With Google Glass kicking off public interest in augmented reality (although it really isn’t AR) and Microsoft Hololens grabbing the headlines now it is clear that AR has made leaps and bounds in terms of technology, cost, ergonomics and availability. This is especially true when compared to what was available just three or four years ago. As a result it is clear that AR has the potential to be used in more domains than previously thought. In particular those which were previously off limits. With prices falling rapidly, for example the current soon to be upgraded Epson Moverio BT-200 is available for just €600, AR headsets are approaching the level of being consumer products.

artticJan 28 2016