Rheinmetall Defense DESUG gunnery and combat simulator for tanks crew at IDEX 2013 2202135

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IDEX 2013
Tri-Service defence exhibition

17 - 21 February 2013
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

 
Rheinmetall DESUG combat simulator at IDEX 2013
 
 
Friday, February 22, 2013, 07:49 AM
 
Rheinmetall Defense DESUG gunnery and combat simulator for tanks crew at IDEX 2013.
Rheinmetall’s Bremen, Germany-based Simulation and Training business unit has developped the DESUG gunnery and combat simulator, which is showed at Rheinmetall’s stand at IDEX 2013 in Abu Dhabi. A generic medium-fidelity simulator, it is designed (among other things) for training the crews of main battle tanks or infantry fighting vehicles.
     
Rheinmetall’s Bremen, Germany-based Simulation and Training business unit has developped the DESUG gunnery and combat simulator, which is showed at Rheinmetall’s stand at IDEX 2013 in Abu Dhabi. A generic medium-fidelity simulator, it is designed (among other things) for training the crews of main battle tanks or infantry fighting vehicles.
Rheinmetall Defenses shows the DESUG gunnery and combat simulator at IDEX 2013.
     

The commander’s and gunner’s workstations feature original components such as control handles and operator interfaces, but are also equipped with replica interactive touch panels. This enables personnel to practise complex operational sequences in a highly realistic environment, without necessarily having to use the original equipment. Linked via standard interfaces, the original equipment and configurable touch panels permit rapid switching between different simulated vehicles.

DESUG, whose simulator core contains the Rheinmetall TacSi simulations system, can also be used as a tactical simulator. This enables even greater expansion of the system’s operational capabilities.

Simulation and training technology from Rheinmetall Defence: where virtual reality and the real world converge

The Rheinmetall Group builds fighting compartments that meet every required level of realism, from low-fidelity computer workstations to high-fidelity replica fighting compartments with 360° panoramic external projection. The simulators can be transported, loaded and unloaded, containerized or permanently installed in buildings. Rheinmetall offers complete turnkey solutions, including delivery and construction of all necessary infrastructure.

For over 35 years, Rheinmetall has been supplying the world’s armies, navies and air forces with simulation and training systems, steadily working to fine-tune and perfect them. With over 2,000 systems in operation worldwide, the Group offers a comprehensive portfolio of products ranging from low-cost computer-supported training systems to state-of-the-art full mission simulators for surface combatants, submarines, aircraft and ground systems.

Building on its tremendous experience and extensive expertise, Rheinmetall Defence effectively bridges the gap between virtual reality and the real world, providing cutting edge training solutions that make sure personnel are optimally prepared for their next mission.

 

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