Rockwell To Supply Terminal Attack Controller Simulators To Australian Army

  • Our Bureau
  • 09:36 AM, February 24, 2015
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Rockwell Collins will provide the Australian Army with the latest generation Joint Fires Observer (JFO)/Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) simulator that is designed to meet service’s training requirements.

This system, part of the RealFires family of JFO and JTAC simulators, will be located at the School of Artillery and is fully integrated with the Rockwell Collins FireStorm Integrated Targeting System. The Rockwell Collins FireStorm system forms the core of the Land 17 Phase 1B Digital Terminal Control System (DTCS). The RealFires system is a fully scalable solution that can be delivered as a range of training solutions, from desktop to full 360-degree immersive domes.

The JFO/JTAC simulator delivered to the School of Artillery includes training room facilities, a 270-degree dome, high fidelity graphics and full simulation of FireStorm sensors.

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