Combat Tactical Engagement Simulator trains soldiers to utilize the skills acquired during training in field craft, battle drills and live-fire practice while carrying out operational exercises. The simulator uses lasers fired from different weapon systems and effectively records the result of the engagement. This combat simulator is designed for transparency and takes soldiers as close to the experience of actual combat. It enables the use of personal weapons, Battalion-support weapons, and artillery fire system in this simulator.

Combat Tactical engagement simulator uses electronic set for man and machine and the system is integrated with GPS, control unit and communication module. The alarm unit is activated upon impact and the sound of the alarm varies depending on the severity of the impact/damage. It disables the electronic set in the event of a kill and records the loss. It enables briefing debriefing, planning of operation, analysis of terrain, force employed or assessed, collation of data, recording of events and assessment of performance in a battlefield. Tactical Engagement Simulator is ideal for Commando Units, Special Operation Groups, Special Task Forces, Special Forces, Training Centers, Armed Battalions of Police and all Law Enforcement Agencies.

Tactical Engagement Simulator Key Features:
  • Laser-based firing instead of real bullets, battlefield-like head-to-head combat.
  • Multiple trainees training system in different situations.
  • Records kill, grievous injuries, near misses, bullets fired, bullets remaining
  • Activates alarm unit on being hit and inhibits soldier, weapon and equipment, and vehicles in the event of a kill
  • Rugged, laptop-based Exercise Control
  • Allows Commanders conduct briefings, plan operations and analyze terrains.
  • Covers effectively 100m to 1km if line of sight is clear
  • 10 to 500 entities can participate in the exercises.

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