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  • Läggs under Saab
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    • 1. Saab overview of products and capabilities Or video TRAINING & SIMULATION A COMPLETE TRAINING CONCEPT
    • 2. SAAB TRAINING SHORT OVERVIEW
    • 3. TRAINING IN ALL MARKET SEGMENTS
    • 4. CATEGORIES OF SIMULATION LIVE SIMULATION “ Real people, in a real environment, operating real objects but with simulated effects” VIRTUAL SIMULATION “ Real people, operating simulated equipments, in a simulated environment, generating simulated effects” CONSTRUCTIVE SIMULATION “ Real people controlling simulated units, platforms or systems, with simulated equipments, in simulated environments, generating simulated interactions & effects”
    • 5. “ Simulation offers a unique advantage over traditional live training in the efficiency of resource use and its ability to replicate training events and systematically record data for After Action Review (AAR)” “ Simulation enables us to train in ways that are not possible by traditional methods whether for health & safety, geography, manpower constraints, political sensitivity or increasing weapon and sensor capabilities” Extract from “Strategy for Simulation in British MoD Land Collective Training”
    • 6. A COMPLETE LIVE TRAINING CONCEPT Gunnery and Skills Training Tactical Training Live Fire Training Support
    • 7. INSTRUMENTED TACTICAL ENGAGEMENT SYSTEM - a live training system that supports the tracking of dismounted troops and vehicles in open terrain or Military Operations in Urban Terrain by “Instrumenting” the exercise players with a GPS and RF based (UHF) tracking system Both man-worn and vehicle instrumentation feed a centralised Command & Control Consol supporting During & After Action Reviews
    • 8. INSTRUMENTATION CONCEPT EXCON Command & Control View Radio Base Station 2 way radio communication Instrumented Players
    • 9. COMMUNICATION CONFIGURATIONS Man Portable Mobile Stationary Portable
    • 10. Portable Base Stations (PBS) can be linked to increase the instrumentation footprint Typical PBS propagation radius 8Km Perfect conditions > 20Km 5.4 - 5.7 GHz license free band micro-wave link RADIO SYSTEM COVERAGE
    • 11. Command & Control Console (CCC) Remote Observer/Controller Console COMMAND & CONTROL
    • 12. DTES – FORCE ON FORCE FORCE ON FORCE TRAINING
    • 13. URBAN TRAINING
    • 14. COUNTER IED TRAINING
    • 15. SPECIAL FORCES/CIVIL SECURITY TRAINING
    • 16. Infantry Vehicles PLAYERS Anti-Tank Weapons IED’s Buildings and bunkers
    • 17.
      • PERSONNEL DETECTION DEVICE (PDD)
      GPS-antenna TES Laser Detectors Wireless Halo Radio-antenna for communication with the base station Radio-antenna for communication with the laser transmitter Loudspeaker Battery & electronics on rear side Wireless Halo for Soft Cap Kill Wound Artillery Stable Near miss
    • 18. Medical Treatment Simulator. SHORT RANGE WIRELESS COMMUNICATION Indoor Tracking Protective Mask Small Arms Transmitter Hand Grenades, Mines, Booby Traps Anti-Tank Weapon Simulators Vehicle Association Artillery, Minefield
    • 19.
      • Generic Unit for a range of weapon types
      • Simulates only when blanks are fired
      • Tamper proof
      • Aligned within 2 minutes
      • SAT disabled when player is dead/wounded
      • Very accurate beam shape
      • Low weight (320 g) incl bracket and battery
      SMALL ARMS TRANSMITTER (SAT)
      • Applications:
        • Small arms
        • Grenade launcher
        • Heavy Machine Guns
      SAT
    • 20. SMALL ARMS TRANSMITTER (SAT) Unconditionally Eyesafe Laser Class 1 0.5 M 0.5 m
    • 21. Pre alignment view View of aligned weapon SMALL ARMS ALIGNMENT DEVICE (SAAD)
    • 22.
      • Purpose designed for medium/large vehicles, boats, bunkers and buildings
      • Selectable target vulnerability models
      WIRELESS TARGET SYSTEM (WTS) Computer unit Wireless detectors SAT’s
    • 23. WIRELESS TARGET SYSTEM (WTS)
    • 24. WIRELESS TARGET SYSTEM (WTS)
    • 25. COMMAND & CONTROL (EXCON)
      • WinEXCON is a suite of interoperable software tools to support instrumented combined arms training
      • WinEXCON supports all exercise phases:
        • Planning and Preparation
        • Command and Control
        • During Action Review
        • Statistical Analysis
        • After Action Review
        • Take Home Package preparation
    • 26. 3D MODEL 2D AERIAL PHOTO 3D FEATURE ENHANCED 2D SCANNED MAP MAP & TERRAIN DEPICTION
    • 27. 3D RAPID MAPPING
    • 28. RAPID 3D MAPPING
    • 29. Aggregated forces PLAYER MODELS Prone position simulation
    • 30. 71 metre OPFOR engagement ENGAGEMENT VECTORS
    • 31. Minefield MINEFIELD
    • 32. Artillery bursts ARTILLERY
    • 33. Snail Trail Viper 1 flies within 300m of En Positions Viper 6 Flies within 149m of En Position HLS TRACKING - Snail Trail View
    • 34.
      • APP-6 A Map Symbology
      • Vectorised overlays presented in WinExcon.
      • Freehand drawing capability
      OVERLAY TOOL
    • 35. TYPICAL AAR
    • 36. ON THE SPOT AAR
    • 37. TACTICAL URBAN TRAINING
    • 38. URBAN OPERATIONS TRAINING DEVICES Structure Effects Simulator (SES) Room Association Device (RAD) Structure Information Device (SID)
    • 39. INDOOR TRACKING
    • 40. ROOM ASSOCIATION
    • 41. URBAN TRAINING
    • 42. EXCON EXAMPLE
    • 43. SITUATION AWERNESS
    • 44.  
    • 45. SHOOT THROUGH WALLS
      • Structure Effect Simulator (SES) provides “shoot through walls” capability. The SES can be used for external or internal walls.
      • Soldiers inside structure/building are realistically evaluating direct fire and AWES affecting the structure/building.
      • The effect on soldiers depends on weapon, ammunition, hit point and wall type.
      • Primary effect and secondary effect are simulated
      • “ Shoot through windows” capability to simulate hit inside room
      • Simulation of reinforcement/fortification of structure/building
      External fire up on structure/building Primary effect evaluation Secondary effect evaluation
    • 46. STREAMING VIDEO REMOTE CAMERA EXCON VIEWS
    • 47. STREAMING VIDEO
    • 48. STREAMING VIDEO
    • 49. COUNTER IED TRAINING The instrumented tactical engagement system is developed to meet the training needs of current and future improvised explosive devices threats and the wider aspects of counter insurgency
    • 50. A COMMON PROBLEM
      • IEDs account for 70-80% of casualties in Afghanistan
      • IEDs are features of the contemporary and future operating environment
      • Most armies have effective equipment , tactics and procedures to deal with the IED threat……..
      • … .yet most armies seldom sufficiently invest in training and validation to optimise the effects of these capabilities
    • 51. METAL DETECTOR SYSTEM
      • The system is Hand Held Metal Detector agnostic
      • Measurement of individual and collective IED detections skills and procedures
      • Provides dynamic feedback on technique
      • Records and tracks spacing and coverage in route clearance activities
      • Hones individual skills in support of collective C-IED procedures and tactics
      Metal Detector system Weapon and IED Effects Simulation Electronic Counter Measure Simulation System Support/Training Delivery Teams Live/Virtual Mix Data Management and Knowledge Exchange ATES (C-IED)
    • 52. ELECTRONIC COUNTER MEASURE SIMULATION
      • Emulation, recording and validation of electronic countermeasures
      • Used in conjunction with IED Advanced
      • Protective effects are applied to either vehicle or man
      • ECM protection bubble is tuned to customer requirements
      • Releases resource restricted operational ECM and is safe for use in home base
      Metal Detector system Weapon and IED Effects Simulation Electronic Counter Measure Simulation System Support/Training Delivery Teams Live/Virtual Mix Data Management and Knowledge Exchange ATES (C-IED)
    • 53. ENHANCED WEAPON EFFECTS SIMULATION Detonator (radio mode) FX Device Effect Message Position+ Status 868 MHz (~200 m) Detonator (wired mode) Local design 3-30V (victim initiated) or or
    • 54. IED ADVANCED
      • Terrorist triggers !
      • Bomb Explodes !
      Armed Exploded
    • 55. BASIC IED EFFECT SIMULATORS
      • Booby Trap
      • Suicide Bomber Vest
      • Roadside bomb
    • 56. INSTRUMENTED IED SIMULATOR Video Clip
    • 57. SUPPORTING A LEARNING ORGANISATION Metal Detector system Weapon and IED Effects Simulation Electronic Counter Measure Simulation System Support/Training Delivery Teams Live/Virtual Mix Data Management and Knowledge Exchange ATES (C-IED)
    • 58. SUBSIDIARIES AND SUPPORT SITES Esbo, Finland Site: Säkylä, Finland (Finnish Army) Site: Rena, Norway (Norwegian Army) Mülheim-Kärlich, Germany Sites: Mülheim-Kärlich (German Army) Paderborn (British Army) Grafenwöhr (US Army) Hohenfels (US Army) Site: Ralston (British Army) Westbury, United Kingdom Site: Salisbury Plain (British Army) Saab Training USA Orlando, USA Head office: Huskvarna, Sweden Site: Slovenia Amsterdam, the Netherlands Sites: Amersfoort, and Marnehuizen (Dutch Army) Site: Kenya
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