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Includes foreign military sales to US partner countries 

VR, AR and MR Help Modernisation of Growing Fleet

IFAD as main supplier for development & sustainment of simulation environments for training operational skills

Cockpit Procedural Trainer at New Air Academy

Remote-Controlled Moving Targets Used for the First Time

Training Solution for Broad Spectrum Cyber Defence

Multiple Programmes Consolidated

Over 400 GECO Now Delivered Worldwide

A Reflection of Growing Concern Among Washington China-Watchers?

With Fleet of 16, Poland is Second Largest Export Customer for the Type

Also Creates Cyber Innovation Lab at UCF

Realistic Tactical Simulation for Fighter Controllers

Indra and iAltitude Develop First Hypoxia Training Simulator

International Business for Rheinmetall Integrated Electronic Systems at Rheinmetall, Kai Pelzer, told MTSC at I/ITSEC in Orlando last month. For more on his view of Rheinmetall’s training future, see the story that will appear on this channel in the week of 10 December. Rheinmetall delivered the nautical training facility (Ausbildungsausstattung Nautische Schiffsführung (AANS) to the German Navy School at Mürwik. The state-of-the-art bridge simulation system will be used by the navy for training bridge personnel – and will also be used by the Federal Police. Reconfigurable for vessel classes and operating areas, AANS offers the German Navy and Federal Police an exceptionally flexible bridge simulation facility. (Image: Rheinmetall)

AANS Will Also be Used by Federal Police

Raytheon is readying itself for the Army-led DoD Persistent Cyber Training Environment (PCTE) programme, for which a draft RfP is expected next summer, with a final version in the autumn of 2019, the company told MTSC during I/ITSEC in Orlando last month. PCTE will inevitably require 24/7 training capability to be delivered to multiple locations in CONUS and beyond. (Photo: US Army)

U$800 Million for Multiple Location 24/7 Capability

German and French TIGER helicopter simulators are being upgraded under the TIGER Aircrew Training Means (TATM) programme awarded by Organisation for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR) in December 2014. The first upgraded simulation systems for the French TIGER HAD combat support variant and Germany's UHT Step 2 anti-tank / fire support variant have now completed qualification procedures at the Franco-German training academy (EFA) in Le Cannet-des-Maures in South-East France. The upgrade is a key milestone in the OCCAR TIGER programme, and brings the training systems into line with the configurations of TIGER helicopters in service with the French and German Armed Forces. Helicopter crews were able to continue their training during the upgrade. Successful completion of qualification procedures is the latest illustration of the successful cooperation between France, Germany, Thales and Rheinmetall Electronics.

Rheinmetall & Thales provide the latest tactical training functions for French & German forces

howcasing high-quality 4K over IP at the lowest bitrates for next-generation simulation and training platforms

SA Photonics Releases World’s Largest Field of View Augmented Reality Head Mounted Display

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