MILO

Ann Arbor, MI 48108

COMPANY OVERVIEW

About MILO

MILO provides a holistic model of Live, Virtual, and Cognitive training which sets the international standard for immersive and interactive use of force, tactical judgment, soft skills, and firearms training

Contact

1229 Oak Valley Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
United States of America
https://www.faac.com/milo
866.959.1302
734.761.5368

More Info on MILO

MILO is a world-leading provider of interactive simulation training, curriculum, range design, and equipment. We are widely regarded as the nation’s fastest-growing manufacturer of best-in-class firearms and use-of-force training systems. Since 1994, our award-winning MILO product line has been continuously selected as the de-facto training simulator for all branches of law enforcement, military, security, and public safety agencies throughout the United States and the world.

In 2020 Shooting Range Industries, “SRI” joined the MILO Live division. A premier provider of live-fire shooting range solutions and equipment, specializing in the design and manufacturing of modular shooting ranges that are available as self-contained, single containers, Ready Range systems, or fully configurable multi-container solutions for wide-open layouts with custom lane widths.

MILO—What does it stand for?

When we first designed and released the MILO simulator systems in 2004, it was unique because for the first time you could use one computer-based system to accomplish several training tasks in the same location at once including classroom-based lessons,  instructional presentations, interactive-individual and group testing, and scoring, physical hands-on firearms and use of force training exercises and scenarios. This multiple training and testing capability lead to the acronym MILO.

Multiple Interactive Learning Objectives

The MILO acronym, first just used as a simple internal product development placeholder name became so widely used and popular among our customers and professional trainers that we generally use that now for the default product and company name.  In fact, it is so widely known now that any kind of simulation training done for judgmental training and the application of the use of force in a simulator has become known as “MILO training.”

Milo Range History

For almost two decades, MILO Range has been proud to serve thousands of public safety and military agencies of all sizes and disciplines in over forty nations. Our main goal is to provide the highest levels of customer support and service to all our current and future customers, and to continually improve and expand our product’s capabilities and quality while providing a superior immersive training environment to the men and women who rely on our systems to prepare for the challenges they face now and into the future.

Products & Press Releases

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Education

New Interactive Simulation Training Transforms How Law Enforcement Interacts With Dogs

June 19, 2018
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles (spcaLA) and the National Canine Research Council (NCRC) have announced a breakthrough in interactive training for law enforcement officers who encounter dogs in the field.

Articles & News

Photo: Lindsey Bertomen
Besides negotiating, other decisions have to be solicited from training. For example, what if the 'shoot' target is in front of the 'no shoot?'
Specialized Training

Shoot/No Shoot Scenarios

De-escalation should be treated as a perishable skill and added to regular range sessions.
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Shooting Ranges & Equipment

The Variety of Range Design

10 Systems and solutions to fit any law enforcement agency’s training needs
VirTra
Virtual reality simulators enable officers to safely prepare for life and death situations in a controlled environment. Today's virtual simulators allow officers to practice marksmanship skills as well as judgmental and communications training.
Training Simulators

Train in Virtual Reality

March 15, 2018
As technology advances, virtual reality simulators offer law enforcement the ability to practice a multitude of skills in a controlled, life-like environment before hitting the streets.
Blauer took their first step into law enforcement’s footwear industry. Their new boot features a BOA lacing system—a technology adopted from the snowboarding industry—that tightens with a twist of a tough-mounted handle and releases with a pull.
Footwear

IACP 2012

Nov. 13, 2012

KEY CONTACTS

Robert McCue

Director

MILO Range Contact

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