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Advanced Interactive Systems Inc

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665 Andover Park West
Seattle, WA 98188
About Advanced Interactive Systems Inc
  • Advanced Interactive Systems, Inc., provides comprehensive training solutions for people in positions where lives are on the line. AIS manufactures PRISim® training simulators for lethal and less-lethal weapons handling and judgment skills. AIS offers Modular Live Fire Training Ranges including Live Fire Simulation Systems. The AIS Ltd. group designs and builds anti-terrorist and other special application training facilities, with installations in more than 60 countries. The Reality Response Division manufactures interactive simulation systems and synthetic environments that provide reality-based training for CBNRE (Chemical, biological, nuclear, radiological, explosive) hazard response tasks. Headquartered in Seattle, AIS is a privately owned company with offices in Monterey, California; Orlando, Florida; Abu Dhabi, UAE; Singapore, Malaysia; and Farnham, England.
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