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An effective training program imitates real-life conditions as closely as possible. A person who in real life situations might encounter heavy sensory experiences will have a reduced performance level unless having been trained in these environments.
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Using the Smell of Sick: Sensory Effects in Medical Training
Did you know that people with different diseases and infections have distinct and noticeable smells? Historically, in the days of house calls,...Read MorePosted on Jan 28, 2016
Incorporating Scent Effects Into Training: Which Smell Generator Do You Need?
First responders, military personnel and hazmat teams are often exposed to irritating and potentially dangerous odors. Malodors can be disorienting, nauseating or...Read MorePosted on Nov 13, 2015
Sensory Effects for CBRN Defense Training
Chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense (CBRN defense or CBRND) isn’t a topic most of us think about. CBRND refers to passive protection, contamination avoidance,...Read More