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Elbit Systems - Live Training System Contract


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Elbit Systems
: 02 December, 2008  (New Product)
Elbit Systems Ltd.has been awarded a contract by an Asian country for the supply of a 'Live Training System' valued at $10 million. The system will be delivered to the customer during 2010.
The new system is designated to train a brigade combat team including infantry forces, armored forces and support forces (artillery and antiaircraft). Virtual elements are integrated into the live training for enriching the battlefield display, as well as video capabilities for improving control and debrief.

The live training system is mobile and can be rapidly deployed in various training areas with various sizes and features, and enables training in urban scenarios as well. The capability to execute a training activity in the area itself, while utilizing the operational weapons and platforms, without using live ammunition, allows the trainee to acquire experience and skills in field conditions while saving training time and Ammunition costs.

Using advanced communication technology, it is possible to train over an extensive area. During the exercise, the control center controls all participants: their location, operations and condition, and allows the training administration to conduct, in real time, any required operation such as artillery firing, minefield placement, hit and resuscitation. The whole activity is recorded and processed into reports, for event debriefing upon training completion.

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