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9F874 unified indoor simulator for gunners

Manufacturers: GosTsSI FSUE, city of Moscow, KBM R&P Corp., JSC, city of Kolomna

Purpose: 

  • training of gunners in combat employment of Igla-type MANPADS (target search, detection, recognition, range finding, transfer of MANPADS CE to combat position, aiming, tracking, launch);
  • training for the purpose of maintaining and improving acquired skills.
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Components:

Trainee's workplace:

  •  MANPADS CE simulator;

Hardware and software set:

  • helmet-cum-display with orientation sensor;
  • acoustic system;
  • instructor's workstation (IWS), incl.:

                              - PC with appropriate software;

                              - mounting rack;

                              - microphone;

                              - VGA signal splitter;

                              - printer.

 

Specifications:

  • dynamic audio and video information field:

-   azimuth: 360˚;

-   elevation: 90˚;

  • resolution: 800 by 600 pixels;
  • colour quality: 24 bits;
  • refresh rate: 60 Hz;
  • training room area, max.: 4 by 5 m;
  • room temperature: +10 to +35˚ C;
  • air humidity, max: 80 %;
  • power supply: 220 VAC/50 Hz/1 kW;
  • maintenance personnel: 1 person;
  • continuous operation: up to 8 hours.

 

Features:

  • training of gunners in MANPADS combat operation and mastering of skills for its use under various conditions without implementation of real materiel;
  • generation and visualization of simulated simple or multiple (up to four) air targets flying in a straight line, manoeuvring or hovering having  representative real angular rates, dimensions, appearance, aspect with reference to the gunner;
  • training of gunners with the purpose of maintaining and improving acquired skills;
  • continuous control by instructor over trainee's actions and automatic scoring of his performance with reference to set training tasks;
  • detailed analysis of trainee's performance and saving of test session results to a data base;
  • availability of various training scenarios (target types and numbers, flight trajectories, natural clutter and man-made countermeasures etc.) and possibility of creating new ones;
  • simulation of various combat environment factors: illumination (incl. sun dazzling effects), weather etc.;
  • simulation of launches from a moving platform (vehicle, tank, APC, surface ship);
  • multitude of simulated landscape types: plain, mountains, desert, urban areas etc., including models of real areas;
  • documentation of electronically simulated launches with automatic scoring of trainees for every individual test launch and the training session as a whole.