Unlike traditional synthetic chemical water treatment, AWES
products will rely primarily on natural processes to break down pollutants to elementary compounds to avoid harmful byproducts.
For the first time, attack helicopters have been instrumented to participate in force-on-force combat training maneuvers at the battle group level," said Gary Shrock, vice president in charge of Cubic's AWES program.
The AWES upgrade brings together two important programs that Cubic has been involved with - the Apache AH Mk.
AWES gives the British Army its first objective means of measuring troops' performance during large-scale military exercises.
We also look forward to supporting the evolving requirements for AWES for years to come.
AWES is the exercise control, position tracking and area weapons indirect-fire effects portion of the British Army's Enhanced Tactical Engagement Simulation (TES) system, a training system with features not found in any other combat training system in existence today.
The AWES system tracks each participant's and vehicle's position location with GPS technology while recording their weapons engagements, including "hits," "misses," "kills" and shooter-to-target pairing for after-action reviews.
Final delivery of the UK AWES system is scheduled for December 2002, with Canada deliveries to follow in 2003.
The system -- an integral part of AWES -- allows troops to fire laser-based "bullets" from their actual weapons, then scores and records their performance for AARs.
A successfully deployed AWES
system will be the cornerstone for significant future business in the U.
features fully integrated Tactical Engagement Simulation, including automated exercise data collection and analysis tools, direct-fire simulation effects, reliable field instrumentation, area weapons effects, and professional After Action Review (AAR) facilities.
infrastructure, which consists of three buildings and seven large communications towers and electronic shelters in the United Kingdom and Canada, is a significant portion of Cubic's AWES
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The study, to be published in the journal Psychological Science, defines awe
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