Range control systems

Total command of your range for optimal training.

Providing simple target instructions selected from drop-down menus or keyboard commands, the InVeris Range Control System (RCS) affords the operator a high level of situational awareness. The RCS’ main window displays a graphical representation of up to 500 targets specific to the range layout, using different symbols to depict each target type. It conveys target status in real time by the color of the target symbol. And it displays device status messages in a ribbon at the bottom of the screen.

The RCS supports both manual and automatic control of the firing range, with programs that automate complex or repetitive range and target control operations in either time- or event-driven scenarios. You can skip, repeat or execute sections of programs individually to provide customized training solutions to fit the operator’s requirements.

Single or Group Targets: Up to 100 targets acting individually or collectively. The target actuators retain individual addresses so they can act individually or in concert with the group. Individual target attributes include hit sensitivity, hits to kill, hit reaction, hit-fall, hit-hold or hit-bob, all set via the RCS.

Hit Recording: Target systems with remote impact hit sensors. The RCS provides data collection and storage from the hit detection system for range personnel, allowing development of After-Action Reviews (AAR). This real-time data allows range operators to adjust and correct the performance of their users, enhancing and improving the overall training experience.

Simulation Devices: Synchronizing battlefield effects and target operations. For comprehensive training, the RCS can synchronize your simulation components: Armor Target Kill Simulator (ATKS); Muzzle Flash Simulator (MFS); Rifle Fire Simulator (RFS); Hostile Fire Simulator (HFS); Battlefield Effects Simulator (BES); Sound Effects Simulators (SES); and MILES Shoot-Back Device (MSD).

Ruggedized Portable Laptop and Tablet: Lightweight, convenient control of range operation.  Independent of a Range Control Computer (RCC) located inside a range control facility, the laptop puts you in total control on the move. It converts from a powerful notebook PC with a backlit keyboard to a convenient tablet PC with one quick swivel of the monitor.

Software Design: A user-friendly interface that runs on static, mobile and handheld platforms. The system adapts across a variety of screen sizes, accommodating both desktop and handheld systems. InVeris software has been fielded on multi-screen desktops, laptops and tablet PCs, with prominent icons to help the operator identify the target and range status.

Touchscreen Range Control System (TRCS): Monitor your range exercises. InVeris Training Solutions is the first company to provide touchscreen range control systems, designed around our RangeMaster™ 9000 range control software. The TCS allows entry-level operators to conduct live-fire range exercises. Easy to activate with simple instructions, a user can push a button to make the system operational.

With pre-loaded scenarios specific to the qualification range type, the simplified screen displays only the most important controls, reducing the chance for operator error and the need for trained personnel to conduct live-fire qualification. Critical functions, such as loading and running scenarios, pausing and emergency stops are among the controls available to the operator. The TRCS provides additional security to important range exercises.

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