Meggitt introduces the next generation of immersive training — the FATS® 180MIL.
The FATS® 180MIL delivers 180° high definition projection and 5.1 surround sound, increasing the realism of training as well as heightening awareness and proper use of force responses.
The system includes three borderless screens and fits into almost any space with at least a 10’ tall ceiling. Each screen provides a 150” X 84” (16:9 aspect ratio) with borderless projection surface. In addition, the FATS 180MIL offers:
- Military Validation – The FATS 180 MIL offers the same high-fidelity ballistic engine validated by the U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps and other military customers.
- This provides accurate ballistic characteristics in flight.
- This capability supports and enforces the proper fundamentals of marksmanship.
- Immersive Training – Supports both 3D Marksmanship and Judgmental training.
- Courseware – Delivered with a full array of training courseware.
- Hit Detection System – Three digital cameras interface directly with the same Off-CPU real-time (OCR) processor used by the FATS® 100 system for an easy upgrade path.
- Projectors – Ultra short throw projectors provide the user greater freedom of movement within the training space while displaying stunning visuals in a 180°environment.
- Low-Light Subsystem (optional) – Allows users to practice in simulated low-light conditions with both hand-held and weapon-mounted flashlights.
- Rack – The FATS 180MIL uses the same transportable rack as the FATS 100 system.
- Realistic Sounds – The self-powered audio system plays scenarios in 5.1 surround sound. Using the directional sound effects board, the instructor can incorporate unsettling sounds from any direction, including a barking dog, crying baby, gunshots and more to elevate situational awareness.
Supported Gun/Ammo Types
The FATS 180MIL supports up to 60 simulated weapons, including FATS weapons and ammunition types. Up to 4 simulated weapons can be assigned to a single user.
With the FATS 180 MIL, users will feel they are in the action, facing decision-making pressures while maintaining situational awareness.