Raytheon and Motion Reality Inc. will demonstrate the VIRTSIM System between June 4 and 22 in Plano, Texas, Raytheon announced Wednesday.
Participants do not train with joysticks in their hands but with weapons in a tactical movement environment, said Glynn Raymer, vice president of combat and sensing systems.
More than 500 delegates from federal, state and county agencies including the U.S. Marshals Service and Texas Rangers were invited to the event.
VIRTSIM uses motion-capture technology and provides users with drill scenarios for many emergency incidents, such as hostage rescues.
Up to 13 individuals can use the system at the same time and separate systems could also be linked together for large scale drills.