Cubic Corp announced today that it will demonstrate it’s Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) innovations and capabilities as part of the military training technologies showcase at the 2015 LIMA Exhibition.
“Our MILES portfolio delivers affordable systems with improved performance, high reliability and enhanced flexibility,” said William Toti, president of Cubic Global Defense.
Some of the Cubic products and services to be exhibited include Instrumented-Tactical Engagement Simulation System (I-TESS II), an integrated ground combat training system in a deployable package. I-TESS II is a turnkey capability that creates an immersive environment to replicate the threat of live combat scenarios. Vehicles, watercraft, bridges and buildings can all be outfitted with I-TESS II equipment for added realism.
Small arms portable, indoor, multi-purpose and multilane marksmanship trainer, EST 3000. The trainer replicates crew and individual live fire exercises to improve marksmanship skills in a safe and cost-effective manner.
An enhanced laser engagement simulation system (MILES Individual Weapon System (MILES IWS) that allows ground combat troops to engage with opponents using laser transmitters mounted on actual weaponry, including small arms and tanks. MILES IWS is user-friendly and features small, lightweight components for individual soldiers.
A manworn wireless solution (Wireless Personal Area Network) used for laser-based training to increase mission readiness. PAN features a wireless link that replaces a traditional harness and cable. The system also maximizes ergonomics during force-on-force exercises and can be universally configured to tactical equipment.
A maritime MILES training solution (SEAPAN) that is affordable, portable and environmentally friendly. The SEAPAN kit distinguishes between hits on specific engines or individuals for maximum effectiveness.
Cubic’s range-less Air Combat Maneuvering Instrumentation (ACMI) systems that provides fast jet aircrew training in air-to-air, and air-to-ground operations and tactics. Pilots can train in any available airspace without fixed infrastructure. The system provides real-time monitoring capabilities and post-mission debriefs to capitalize on “lessons learned.”