SITTAL

The SITTAL is a professional simulator for classroom shooting (indoor) dedicated to the training of small arms operators at the individual and collective levels. SITTAL is the shooting simulator widely used by French Forces for initial and refresher training.
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The SITTAL provides a solution to the need for more intense training by:

  • Improved realism (artificial intelligence, special effects, environment)
  • Fire precision and speed (double tap)
  • Multiple sensing of weapons status
  • Compatible with tetherless and tethered weapons
  • From 5,56 to 20mm calibres
  • Optical sights wired or wireless
  • Observation googles wired or wireless

The use of different weapons and the mastery of technique in complex situation requires shooters to assimilate precise movement patterns and individual as well as collective procedures which can only be acquired by manipulation and repetition.

The SITTAL answers this need perfectly. It places shooters in realistic conditions while taking into account weapons’ ballistic characteristics, without limits on ammunition, and without deterioration of the weapons and no risk for the personnel.

The SITTAL allows to conduct the following firing sequences:

  • Progressive
  • Alternating between execution and correction
  • Repetitive
  • Results-controlled (assessment)

The SITTAL offers:

  • Highly realistic 3D worlds offering a wide variety of environments (semi-desert, desert, urban, or other)
  • Combat-relevant situations and scenarios, and total interactivity with the entities
  • from the scenario (behaviours are controlled by artificial intelligence)
  • Instructor role optimization (simultaneous and real time following of different
  • parameters of the shooting sequence, aid and evaluation of the shooters actions)

The SITTAL is available:

  • As a stationary installation version with a 5 to 10 shooters capacity: the trainees move to the simulator facility
  • As a compact moving version with a 5 shooters capacity: it is the simulator that moves to the trainees without the need of a dedicated extensive infrastructure