HOUSTON , Feb. 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- VirTra Systems, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: VTSI). Major General Perry V. Dalby (USA-Retired), VirTra Systems' chief executive officer, today announced delivery of the first ten small arms training simulators of a 24-system order from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
The ten small arms training simulators delivered are part of a larger 24-system sale to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) totaling nearly one million dollars. The full-featured use-of-force/marksmanship IVR(R) simulators are manufactured by VirTra Systems and marketed through Ti Training Corp under the trade name Training Lab(TM).
Major General Dalby commented, "Our sales partner, Ti Training Corp, has continued to win important business with many domestic law enforcement customers bolstering VirTra Systems' growing sales volume.
"Last year's sales were the best yet, and this January turned into one of the busiest ever for the company. I am encouraged by the continued sales growth in both new and upgrade customers, plus increasing international interest as well. Furthermore, I soon expect delivery of an IVR(R) 360 totally immersive small arms training simulator to a recently announced South American customer.
"VirTra Systems remains committed to leading the industry manufacturing the most realistic, fully immersive small arms training simulators available," concluded Major General Dalby .
To learn more about VirTra Systems or its simulation products, please contact the company at (832) 242-1100, or visit http://www.virtra.com.
About VirTra Systems
Utilizing patented technology, VirTra Systems sells small arms training simulators to military agencies such as the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Department of Defense, and to national and international law enforcement agencies. The company also produces multisensory promotional virtual reality systems and 3-D theaters for clients such as General Motors, Pennzoil, and the U.S. Army and Navy. For more information, visit http://www.virtra.com.
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