InVeris Training Solutions (formerly Meggitt Training Systems) a world leader in integrated live-fire and virtual weapons training systems which has an existing presence in Qatar, is displaying its FATS 100MIL virtual training system with InVeris’ patented BlueFire weapons at the ongoing show. InVeris is also supplying training systems for the Qatar Armed Forces ‘Project 401 & Brouq – Integrated Training Center,’ which is being developed to international standards for Special Forces (SF) training. The FATS 100MIL virtual training system provides combined 3D marksmanship with collective and judgmental training and is in use with the U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy systems and other militaries. Trainees experience photorealistic 3D terrain and 3D targets with natural occultation and high-fidelity environmental effects creating an all-encompassing immersive training platform.
Also being highlighted is InVeris’ patented wireless BlueFire direct and indirect weapons training system which also supports training with machinegun and rocket simulators. It offers collective training in tactical environments with VBS (Virtual Battlespace) 3-based training mode, which allows training on three screens with panoramic views, using existing weapons and courseware. A continually expanding firearms library now includes over 300 variants including Glock, Sig, S&W, GLX, Browning, H&K, Taser, Beretta as also heavier weapons such as M249, M240, M2 .50cal, Mk19, M72, AT4 and Carl Gustav rockets. The BlueFire training system also provides After-Action Review (AAR) of engagements and shot assessment in a 3D virtual environment, while providing detailed trainee diagnostics for skill reinforcement or correction Judgmental training tolerances within 10 per cent of live weapon weight and center of gravity provides the highest degree of weapon control and feedback.
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