Russia, Moscow region, Kolomna city
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9F869 classroom simulator for Shturm-SM system operators from 9P149M combat vehicle crews

Manufacturer: TsKBA JSC, city of Tula


  • training of CV operators in simulated target detection, tracking, lock-on, and conduct of launch;
  • training of CV operators to maintain and improve acquired skills.


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  • instructor's workstation;
  • trainee's workstation;
  • software.


  • simulated firing range: up to 6,000m;
  • speed:

-    simulated ground target: up to 70 km/h

-     simulated air target: up to 400 km/h;

  • power supply: 220VAC/50Hz/1.1kW;
  • setup time, max.: 5 minutes;
  • time of continuous operation, max.: 8 hours;
  • ambient temperature: minus 15 to +45° C;
  • occupied area: 3m by 2m;
  • indoors: heated room with temperature between + 5 and + 40º C.


  • training of anti-tank guided weapon system (ATGWS) operators in basic skills in operating CV control equipment, target detection and engagement, selection of an appropriate missile, conduct of launch at a moving and stationary targets including low-level, low-speed air targets in SURVEILLANCE, SINGLE, AUTOMATIC modes in the day- and night-time;
  • generation of background and target environment using 3D graphics;
  • real-time monitoring by the instructor of trainee's actions to detect and track a target during electronic launches at an auxiliary instructor's display;
  • compilation of various training scenarios depending on trainees' qualification level;
  • control over trainees' performance during the preparation process and scoring their exercise results;
  • generation of a data base containing trainees' exercise results that can be retrieved and printed out;
  • ranking of trainees based on their training level;
  • achievement by trainees of the required level of occupational qualification, maintaining and improving their skills under instructor's supervision and through self-study training;
  • checks of states of controls and indicators on CV equipment consoles;
  • simulation of missile flight trajectories whose dimensions diminish as it flies toward the target;
  • visual and hardware-based recording of missile homing results;
  • simulation of interferences (noises, smoke) acting on the trainee at launch, simulation of day- and night-time fields of view of TV and TI surveillance/guidance channels.