Military armor targets

Support tactical exercises under realistic combat conditions.

InVeris Stationary Armor Target (SAT) and Moving Armor Target (MAT) simulate a tank or other vehicle for your live-fire training and qualification programs. These field range target systems support tactical exercises in detecting, identifying and firing upon stationary and moving tank targets.

Proven to stand up to rigorous conditions: More than 80,000 live fire target systems fielded around the world in all climates and environments. 

InVeris has designed and built armor target systems to withstand the rigors and abuse of training in near-combat conditions under all weather conditions. We create mechanisms and simulators with steel enclosures. The connectors are military grade and we securely mount within the target actuator unit. InVeris armor target systems continue to show their reliability in and adaptability to all climates and environmental conditions. That is why 122 military bases around the world rely on more than 80,000 of our live-fire target systems.

  • The MAT: Flexible to challenge your trainee, sustainable to lower costs. Capable of evasive movement, the MAT can change speed or travel direction. It can also raise or lower a full-scale T-72 flank target while stopped or in transport at any point on the course. MATs support Tank Gunnery Table 8 and 12, and they include two deployable systems that comply with the ATS specification. InVeris’ Moving Armor Target (MAT) provides the most cost-effective target operation with the fewest sustainment requirements.
  • The SATAdaptable to range environments and trainee requirements. InVeris’ SAT exposes and conceals frontal armor vehicle silhouettes. Adapting to different range environments, infrastructures and operational constraints, the SAT conceals on command at the end of a timed exposure or upon kill. Providing selectable numbers of hits to kill, the SAT offers three kill reactions including hit-hold, hit-fall and hit-bob. The target system also includes contact hit sensors with 15 levels of sensitivity, remotely selectable from the InVeris Range Control System (RCS).

Interfacing with simulations. To bolster your training impact, the InVeris MAT and SAT systems interface and synchronize with the Armor Target Kill Simulator and Gun Fire Simulator (ATKS and GUFS) device as well as MILES Laser Target Interface Device (LTID).