Elbit Systems UK Interim Combined Arms Virtual Simulation trainer now in service with British Army


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Using the latest high-specification hardware and Defence Virtual Simulation software, ICAVS(D) will deliver immersive virtual tactical training in the Army's Battlecraft Syllabus to enable units to get the most out of their subsequent live field training exercises. (Picture source: Elbit Systems UK)


Using the latest high-specification hardware and Defence Virtual Simulation software, ICAVS(D) will deliver immersive virtual tactical training in the Army's Battlecraft Syllabus to enable units to get the most out of their subsequent live field training exercises.

For use by both regular and reserve soldiers in the British Army, ICAVS(D) provides the ability to conduct collective training and experimentation at a place and time of the units' choosing, from vehicle crew level all the way to Combined Arms Sub-Unit.

ICAVS(D) will also allow the Army to understand and define its requirements for the Future Collective Training System and the replacement to the UK's Command and Staff Training (CAST) and the Combined Arms Tactical Trainer (CATT) systems.


 

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