Simulated binoculars for observed fire training

GAVAP GAVAP
Simulated binoculars for observed fire training Simulated binoculars for observed fire training

Founded in 1983, Gavap is a company that specializes in simulation systems and equipment for firing instruction and training.

The company recently developed an artillery observer simulator for the army. As part of this project, simulated binoculars provide a 360-degree field of view of a vast 3D generated world, where combat exercises take place. To do this, GAVAP integrated MTi* (Xsens) inertial measurement units in each pair of binoculars. These sensors provide the accurate orientation needed to stabilize vision when zooming up to 8X. The selection criteria included ease of installation, handling and maintenance.

GAVAP

GAVAP

Gavap’s products are developed and finalized in close collaboration with its clients. The constant challenge of aligning user requirements and industrial capacities results in equipment that give excellent value for money.

* The MTi-30 and MTi-300 AHRS products can both be used (and interchanged) in applications where 3D orientation is required. Depending on the accuracy needed and budget available, the cost-effective 10-series or the high-performance 100-series is the preferred choice.

GAVAP GAVAP
Simulated binoculars for observed fire training Simulated binoculars for observed fire training

X

Xsens newsletter

Signup today to stay updated on all major Xsens news and developments. Subscribe now