With the "ATGM THOR" system one can:
Teach the ATGM operator to hit targets with guided missiles
Acquire skills in working with standard guidance devices.
Obtain a clear assessment of the effectiveness and training level of ATGM operators.
Training is conducted without the physical launch of rockets
The software simulates missile ballistics that allows realistic, effective training without actually launching any munitions.
Laser tag technology and software minimize the cost of training.
Training with real targets
The training uses armored vehicles with the sensors mounted on them. Training with real targets is more effective than static or mobile targets.
All exercise statistics are captured by software that can identify weaknesses and work on areas of improvement.
For training, you need to attach impact simulators on armored vehicles and attach the hinged unit to a regular ATGM. Training can be done in any area.
The "ATGM THOR" system consists of:
An ATGM hinged emitter and software tablet
An impact simulator for armored vehicles
The ATGM hinged emitter
The hinged unit is mounted on a regular ATGM, it has a laser emitter to simulate a shot. Conditional start is made by remote control. Missle guidance is carried out by regular combat ATGM.
The advantages of using a hinged emitter.
The Imitators of defeated of armored vehicles
The simulators are used for capturing and indicating the defeat of armored vehicles (light, sound, and pyrotechnic). During training, they are mounted on armored vehicles, which will serve as the target of the ATGM.