Rotterdam, 18 January 2018 – Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has confirmed an extension of their contract with VSTEP for use of the RescueSim Incident Command Simulator.  The relationship with the third airport of Europe goes back to 2012, during which time the RescueSim collaboration with the airports fire brigade won the prestigious ICT project of the year in business’ award.


We are very excited to continue our close working relationship with Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. We have many improvements to RescueSim in the pipeline which will enable Schiphol to further enhance their training capabilities – We look forward to working closely with Schiphol to develop further refinements and improvements.” – commented Febryano Veldy, Product Manager of RescueSim Incident Command Simulator.

“Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is an innovator in their market and the use of VSTEP’s RescueSim emphasizes this. More and more airports across the globe are becoming interested in the possibilities that virtual training offers their safety teams; A trend we are following closely with our cutting edge innovations” – emphasizes Ben Borrie, Account Manager for RescueSim and Team leader of the art department.

VSTEP looks forward to working closer than ever with Amsterdam Airport Schiphol; Collaborative efforts are already underway to explore the potential of virtual training across a number of departments. With the forthcoming new developments to RescueSim, we see virtual training becoming valuable to a much broader range of departments within the aviation sector.


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