Meggitt Training Systems will emphasise its long-standing Australian presence and demonstrate the FATS 100MIL simulator at Land Forces 2018, to be held 4-6 September in Adelaide.
Meggitt Training Systems Australia (MTSA) has installed, maintained and operated small-arms simulators for the Australian Defence Force (ADF) since 1999. Meggitt’s FATS 100MIL-based Weapon Training Simulation Systems will commence roll out to 19 ADF locations in December 2018.
“During the past two decades, MTSA has gained invaluable experience with the ADF’s evolving training requirements, delivering custom scenarios rapidly and cost-effectively,” said Chris Jordan, MTSA’s Managing Director. “Meggitt’s FATS 100MIL is uniquely qualified to meet future Australian needs through maximum realism and system performance, as proven by our selection by the US Army and Marine Corps for their small-arms training programs of record.”
The FATS 100MIL introduced new features such as advanced game engine 3D marksmanship, enhanced diagnostics with intelligent coaching and collective training. The system provides an impressive array of functionality for both instructor and trainee, delivering solid weapon-handling and shot-placement analytics, coaching tools that automatically highlight trainee results for reinforcement or correction, and enhanced graphic capabilities for an all-encompassing training platform.