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Training Simulators for complex Defence Equipment are a technological need because of the constraints posed by conventional training. Be it Aircrafts, Tanks, Artillery Equipment, EW Equipment, Ships, Submarines, Military Vehicles, Missile Launchers or Command and Control Centres, training in Operations and Maintenance is a mandatory requirement for successful deployment and utilization of the equipment.
The constraints posed by conventional training methods are:
  • Class room training is insufficient and instructor dependent.
  • Training on actual equipment is extremely expensive and there is a risk of damage to equipment.
  • Many a times, deployment of equipment is not feasible because of physical constraints, for e.g., a     person cannot be fully trained on Fire Control Systems because actual firing cannot be initiated.
  • Multiple battlefield scenarios are not available during training exercises and conduct of training exercises is limited to a few    operations/scenarios.
  • Simulators are THE SOLUTION to above problems as:
  • Simulators can cover entire gamut of training - offline CBT, Operations Training, Maintenance Training and Online Assessment
  • Simulators are cost-effective as multiple deployment and exercise conduct costs savings are enormous
  • Simulators can not only replicate MMI but also can play scenarios and are responsive to trainees actions
  • Multiple battlefield scenarios, both static and dynamic (responsive to actions), can be created and played back to trainees
  • Simulators are repeatable - You can repeat an exercise to check where operations went wrong

  • VISIONLABS undertakes development of Training Simulators of all three kinds:
    Software Simulators:
    These are used for replicating MMI of equipment panels or screens to enable training on operations/ maintenance. Generally, these are for a single subsystem / equipment. Examples: UHF Receiver Simulator, Fire Control Panel Simulator.
    Software with computer hardware and accessories as an integrated system:
    These are used in environments where multiple subsystems/systems are interfaced with each other and work in an integrated manner. Examples are Integrated Command and Control Systems Simulators, Integrated EW Ops Simulators.
    Software, computer hardware and electro-mechanical systems replicating look and feel of original equipment/system. Examples:
    Aircraft Simulator, Tank Simulator, Gunnery Simulators.