The SKIF training system is a solution that allows you to simulate combat for several types of troops. All the training systems can be used as separate simulators, or be combined into a single complex. Thus, during training, shooters, snipers, tankmen, artillerymen, flying targets, and explosive devices can be used on the field. Also, personal statistics on the effectiveness of each soldier and on armored vehicle units are collected during training.
Different targets counteraction practice
Most modern training complexes prepare soldiers to counter one type of enemy target. With the SKIF systems, the soldiers will be able to gain combat skills against different enemy targets. For example, tankmen can counter
- enemy armored vehicles using a simulated gun,
- shooters using a tank machine gun with a laser emitter
when moving, the tank may conditionally trigger a landmine simulator disguised in the ground.
The single complex allows simultaneous training for a number of soldiers from division to battalion using any number of military equipment and/or explosive devices. The number of soldiers and military equipment that can participate simultaneously in training may be increased depending on the individual order.
The software that can control and customize all the elements of the training complex; depending on the scenario, you can change the composition of units, add or exclude different types of troops from training. In this way, you can create optimal training scenarios for the given conditions and goals.
Training is conducted using standard weapons and military equipment without modifying the design. After training, the laser emitters and hit sensors are removed from military equipment and weapons, and the weapons can reenter service for real special operations.
There are no single-use-items, but you can use blank ammunition to increase realism. So a minimal amount of money is spent on training.
Easy to operate
In order to prepare for training, you need to install the sensors and emitters on the weapons and equipment, disguise the explosive devices, and set up repeaters. The training process requires no special tools and takes a very little time, so you can prepare for a large scale training in less than an hour.
Training in all conditions
Large-scale training does not require a military firing range. The SKIF equipment does not damage the environment, scheme, shelters, or communication. Therefore, training can be conducted in unprepared terrain without creating special conditions and/or protection.
For example, NGU soldiers train to defend a nuclear power plant directly at the site itself. Such training is much more effective than on training grounds. The soldiers adapt to the conditions of the facility where they will continue to serve.
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