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NEW – 12.7mm Dshk Heavy Weapon Simulator – What is a heavy weapon simulator?

A Heavy Weapon Simulator is a battlefield effect to provide a visual and audible sustained fire effect on military training exercises. Predominantly used by RED forces or Opposing forces. This is not a weapon. It does not fire any projectiles. It does not leave any brass or link. It does not require cleaning. It is environmentally friendly. This 12.7mm Dshk heavy weapon simulator can be remotely activated from 2KM away …Read More

Judgemental Weapon Training Simulator VirTra V300 – What is a Judgemental Trainer & Who would use this World Leading Technology?

The VirTra V-300® is the ultimate standard for decision-making simulation and tactical firearms training for Military and Armed Law Enforcement Officers.  4K UHD short throw projection onto five screens and a 300-degree immersive training environment ensure that time in the simulator translates into real-world survival skills. Excellent day spent with team VirTra and THE subject matter expert and former veteran James, in Paris, France recently. The VirTra V-300® Judgemental Training …Read More

ISR Simulation – What does ISR mean?

Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance- ISR. ISR simulation is the provision of simulated full motion video from sensors that are fitted to UK or Allied air assets, both manned and unmanned, fixed wing or rotary aircraft. Why is this so popular in the UK? Simulated ISR is created using sophisticated software applications that exactly mimic operational air assets including their kinetic effects and duration on station. When providing simulated ISR it …Read More

Medical Simulation – What is medical simulation training?

With the increased demand of providing managed services we are continuously innovating to keep training relevant and …. When presented with the challenge of creating a complex injury and gunshot wound to face, we firstly need to understand why we are being asked to re-create it. The answer you may ponder is obvious right? People get shot in the face all the time. Wrong, not in this country they do …Read More

Medical Simulation Emergency Scenario – How does simulation work?

Ask any rational person if they thought watching a staged emergency services shoot through the frost and ice of a crisp December morning was a good idea and you’d probably receive a resounding “no”. The obvious answer right?  Well there I was, still alive, at the aforementioned shoot and thankfully the temperature didn’t drop anywhere near -10 degrees. In truth, the opportunity to interview the Nautilus team and witness a …Read More

New Fully Accredited JTAC 240° Dome – Type 1, 2 & 3

In partnership and close coordination with the team at Holovis International, Nautilus International Risk Consultants have successfully gained full JALO accreditation using the Holovis International JTAC 240° Dome. The 4M JTAC 240° dome is fully accredited to perform the following control types in accordance with the JTAC Currency Requirements: Type 1, 2 & 3 BOC. Fixed & Rotary Wing Night. Laser. IR Pointer. Video Downlink Link. Low Level. The accredited …Read More

JTAC Training – Accredited JTAC Simulator

Another successful week of accredited simulated JTAC training to 1 Arty Bde at Tidworth. JTACs from 19 Regt RA and 1 RHA operated from static OP positions and Warrior AFVs, controlling a multi layered ROZ, whilst conducting Joint Fires missions in permissive and non-permissive environments. Brigade TACP signallers based in an Ops Room set up, practised checking in and allocating aircraft to the JTACs and numerous CQ and currency controls …Read More

JTAC Training – What does JTAC stand for?

Joint Terminal Attack Controller. 4 Regt Royal Artillery JTACs have just received another concentrated period of accredited JTAC training with Nautilus. Throughout the week, they conducted currency controls including Joint Fires, laser, night tactics techniques and procedures (TTPs), remote observer, full motion video (FMV) and rotary wing. The Certified JTACs were able to consolidate the training they have all received at JFACTSU, prior to their Certified and Qualified checks (CQ). …Read More

Battlefield Effects – What is battlefield simulation?

Nautilus provide state of the art Battlefield Effects (BattSimFX) Simulation, as managed services to the UK MOD. Battlefield simulation effects provide an accurate representation of sounds you would typically here in a war zone, such as gunfire, explosions, rocket propelled grenades, mortar fire and heavy weapon gunfire. During high profile military training exercises, both in the UK and overseas, BattSimFX are used extensively. All of our devices are safe to …Read More

New second accredited JTAC system  

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.