Personal sidearms are a key component of individual warfighters` equipment for today`s close quarters combat and security operations. Effective use of these weapons by warfighters requires precision skills in target identification, rapid decision-making and engagement.
Science Applications International Corporation will feature specialized defense and security solutions for warfighters at DSEi 2009 Conference, 8-11 September at the ExCel London, United Kingdom. SAIC will demonstrate cutting-edge live training technologies featuring the Tactical Engagement Simulation (TES) Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES) and the Mini MILES pistol simulators. SAIC is located at DSEi Stand 2332 at the ExCel London.
Visitors to the SAIC booth will be able to test fire the next generation of wireless, state-of-the-art MILES technology using the Mini MILES pistol simulator and M4 carbine training weapon.
Learn how these new TES MILES kits and products can expand live tactical training and security operations exercises with high-fidelity detection for real-time casualty and shot assessment.
“SAIC’s products provide critical support for warfighters in nations across the globe with next generation live training solutions," said Beverly Seay, SAIC senior vice president and business unit general manager. “Our MILES kits expand force-on-force live training capability and high-fidelity detection in infantry- and armor-based exercises."
SAIC Mini MILES Pistol Simulators
The SAIC Mini MILES in-barrel conversion kit provides a MILES firing solution with minor weapon modification, which is replacement of the current barrel with a dedicated barrel for the Mini-MILES transmitter, and retains all of the normal soldier-to-weapon procedures, from target identification and engagement to ammunition reload.
The SAIC Mini MILES Features and Benefits
• Can be used dry fire, with a special blank round or with a gas blow-back training weapon adapted to provide the tactile and auditory cues of small arms engagements
• Fits into a barrel insert and is fully interoperable with legacy and existing MILES and weapons effect simulator systems
• Integrates seamlessly with existing training ranges or systems
• Provides maximum flexibility and adaptability with a design based on an advanced, modular, open architecture
• Enables precise targeting and engagement for warfighters
• Supports realistic field training exercises with wireless, state-of-the-art lightweight, low-power, laser components
• Through its common components, provides interoperability throughout SAIC’s dismounted and mounted systems as well as other MCC97 compliant MILES systems so you can combine capabilities of different components to fit your unique training needs
• Helps to lower production costs and reduce lifecycle support expenses through interoperability, and provides the opportunity to procure more systems to support your training objectives