United States and allied forces worldwide will soon have access to the newest and most advanced small-arms training system. Georgia-based Meggitt Training Systems will introduce the FATS®100e, an evolutionary step forward from previous virtual-reality solutions, at this year’s Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) from Nov. 30 – Dec. 3 in Orlando, Fla.
The new FATS100e system solution is an extension of the proven and popular FATS M100 and a major expansion in weapons training capability, introducing new features such as Crytek-based 3D lanes, automatic coaching and VBS3-based collective training. The 3D lanes provide visually realistic and highly detailed terrains and targets, including weather, and striking visual effects including wind-blown environments, birds in flight, dirt splashes and explosions. Automatic coaching has never been available in the small-arms training market, and collective training is new to the VBS3 system.
“Meggitt’s introduction of the FATS100e demonstrates our continued investment in virtual reality solutions,” said Phyllis Pearce, senior vice president of strategy, sales and marketing, Meggitt Training Systems. “Attendees at I/ITSEC will be the first to experience the next-generation FATS100e, and we’re confident our virtual training solutions will continue to play a vital role in the mission success of defense forces around the world.”
The new system provides an impressive array of functionality for both instructor and trainee, delivering solid weapon handling and shot placement analytics, coaching tools that automatically highlight trainee results for reinforcement or correction, and enhanced graphic capabilities for an all-encompassing immersive training platform. With the new features and expansions, FATS100e will offer unmatched training advancements delivered per US Army and US Marine Corps instructional requirements, including the latest technological developments to meet the needs of combat forces worldwide.
Source: Meggitt PLC
Date: Nov 10, 2015