Saab To Provide Norwegian Army With New Gen Simulators
03:33 PM, August 29, 2014
Saab has been awarded a contract from the Norwegian Army for development and serial deliveries of the new generation GAMER vehicle simulators (a dual-simulator training system). The total order amounts to SEK 142 million. “Norway is an important market for Saab. We will deliver a very advanced military training system for vehicles that will have the best training effect.” says Henrik Höjer, Head of Saab Training & Simulation. The BT46 two-way simulator is a unique system, that can be adapted to meet a huge variation of needs. A two-way simulator has the ability to simulate the ballistics and time of flight of a projectile in real time, with a high level of precision and simultaneously give immediate and realistic feedback to the gunner and the target. Saab has supplied live training equipment for the Norwegian Combat Training Center in Rena since 2003 and this order will enhance their training capabilities for live training.
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