Argon Electronics delivers instrumented CBRN detector simulator training systems for Swedish Armed ForcesLuton, U.K., 16 February 2009 --[ASDWire]-- Argon Electronics LLP has announced the delivery of 50 CAMSIM, AP2C-SIM, S4PE-SIM and LCD3.2e-SIM training systems for use by the Swedish Armed Forces (SAF) following the award of contract by, and in close co-operation with, Forsvarets materielverk (FMV), the Swedish Defence Material Administration organisation.
Whilst CAMSIM is an established product in service with civil and military response organisations around the globe, the SAF were the first recipients of the new AP2C-SIM (including the S4PE-SIM liquid sampling device simulator) and LCD3.2eSIM. All of the systems supplied reflected the unique specifications of the SAF as a service seeking to ensure enhanced delivery of training as a foundation to their world class CBRN operational response.
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In addition to the inclusion of a comprehensive instructor training provision that was delivered at the SAF facility in Umea in late 2008, the contract includes options for further equipment of the same type as well as for the latest HAPSIM-P probe (for training in the use of the Inficon HAPSITE range) and PlumeSIM, Argon's classroom and field exercise remote wide area instrumented training system.
The selection of multiple types of simulation training instruments from Argon demonstrates the company's ability to provide integrated systems with a common technology base, and recognises Argon's strength of partnership with many of the world's leading CBRN detector manufacturers.
Argon Electronics LLP is a world leader in the design and manufacture of instrumented simulation training systems for the international civil and military CBRN detection market. For more information visit: www.argonelectronics.com
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