VirTra has received an order worth CAD$1.2 million (Approximately USD$0.9 million) from a Canadian law enforcement agency. This order utilized the previously announced standing offer from the Government of Canada to supply marksmanship and judgmental use of force simulation technology to various law enforcement facilities.
As part of the order, the agency will receive multiple V-100 and V-180 simulators and associated tools and accessories designed for simulator training, including drop-in recoil kits and V-Author scenario authoring software. Part of the order will also include hands-on training for system and hardware operation.
“Our standing offer with the Government of Canada is expected to be a solid source of orders for VirTra as we further penetrate markets outside of the United States,” said Jason Mulcahy, VirTra’s General Manager.
All services and products ordered by the Canadian agency will be delivered before the end of February 2023 as per the contract. The standing offer, solely awarded to VirTra, makes the buying process more efficient for all federal, provincial, and municipal law enforcement agencies in Canada to obtain standardized training simulators in a streamlined process.