BOS has extensive experience in the field of high fidelity optical simulation systems for military training. This experience ranges across land, sea and air related systems, and has encompassed a number of significant implementations in the UK and elsewhere. BOS is adept at not only designing the optical elements but also the associated infrastructure to replicate that in the actual live systems.
We have developed many
military simulation systems for UK and other forces around the
world. These systems have included all three branches of
the military. For land forces, we have designed and manufactured
simulated fire control systems for vehicles including Leopard 1A5,
2A5 and 2A6, Stryker, Pandur, Warrior, Desert Warrior, Challenger
II, CV90, Scorpion and Scimitar.
Air forces simulation systems have
included a head up display for Tornado. And for naval forces we
have developed a periscope simulator with wide application
All of these systems have a common
objective - to provide military personnel with realistic training
platforms that are as near to real equipment usage as is possible,
realising significant cost savings for Clients.
Simulation systems for Land Forces
Beck Optronic Solutions has
considerable experience of designing and manufacturing simulated
fire control systems for armoured fighting vehicles. Recent
projects have included CV90, Warrior BGTI upgrade and Leopard 2A6
and 1A5. These systems are in service in many countries including
The UK, The USA, Germany, Spain, The Netherlands, Greece, Brazil
BGTICV9056° FOV Micro-display Module
40° FOV Micro-display Module
Simulation systems for Naval Forces
Beck Optronic Solutions
produces a binocular module for incorporation in simulated
periscopes for the training of sub-mariners. This is in service in
The UK, The Netherlands, Canada, Germany, Singapore, South Korea,
Egypt and Thailand.
Simulated Periscope56° FOV
Micro-display Module40° FOV
Simulation Systems for Air Forces
Beck Optronic Solution has
designed and manufactured high resolution, high fidelity simulated
Head Up Displays for both rotary and fast fixed wing aircraft.
Other related projects have included simulated night vision goggles
and helmet mounted displays and target projection systems for