Due to increased high demand for JALO, US & NATO Accredited JTAC Training we have further invested in a second Cobra curved screen. This will give UK JTAC’s double the concentration and double the training capability. With our SQEP Pilots we are able to deliver JTAC simulation at multiple sites across the UK.
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As part of Nautilus Internationals commitment to innovative C4ISTAR simulation capabilities, we are pleased to announce further investment into 14 x Tactical training smartphone devices. With the combined use of advanced simulation software applications and the Samsung Galaxy S7™ protected by the ruggedised Juggernaut™, military users will be able to tactically access simulation technologies. Integrated with the Nautilus Shell Common Operating Picture software application; military users can conduct precision targeting …Read More
In collaboration with The College CGI Bournemouth & Poole, Nautilus will be using state of the art Motion Capture Suits to assist with innovative software projects. We hope to achieve a complete set of AI animations for use within current simulation training software applications.
The Atmospheric Sound Box Simulator – ASBS is a remotely operated sound system that can play sound files of any description, over radio frequency, up to 4KM away. Sound files such as dogs barking, fire alarms and sirens, crowded street noise or gunfire can all be simulated at the touch of a button. With an external USB 2.0 port any sound files can be quickly uploaded to produce the desired …Read More
Nautilus are pleased to announce the launch of a new medical simulation technology, in the form of a high fidelity simulation mannequin, called SimMan 3G Trauma. SimMan significantly enhances medical training for the Defence, Emergency Services and other first responders by simulating the exact clinical signs and symptoms for a multitude of injuries. This new capability not only tests the first person on scene Patrol or Para Medic at the …Read More
To enhance the current Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) simulation training, Nautilus International, in conjunction with VSS, has significantly invested into procuring Laser Range Finder Binoculars, Laser Target Designator and IR pointer for night Close Air Support training.
To complement and increase the current MOD JTAC training, Nautilus has invested in Sony’s Ultra High Definition projectors and provides the latest in display technology. This enables the JTAC to positively identify objects within simulated environments contained in VBS3 with ultra realism. New 4K standard + 60 frames per second – The projector can show up to 60 frames per second at 4K . This new 4K industry standard has much higher …Read More
Nautilus International successfully supported Simulation Displays at ITEC 2014. Nautilus demonstrated simulated JTAC (Joint Terminal Attack Controller) scenarios, using the Simulation Display JTAC dome and the Cobra pilot station dome.