Rheinmetall will be showcasing its simulation and training solutions this week at I/ITSEC 2017 in Orlando, Florida.

For the first time, Rheinmetall will be presenting its “Osiris” command and staff training system to visitors and the general public alike. The company says Osiris currently numbers among the world’s leading software products in the field of constructive simulation. With Osiris, commanders and staff officers of military formations and units can conduct exercises at the tactical, operational and strategic level in a realistic operating environment. In the process, the unfolding situation is depicted at platoon, company, battalion, and brigade level as well as at higher echelons.

Rheinmetall is also showcasing the latest advances in the ongoing development of its modular Legatus live simulation system that offers software updates and miniaturization of critical components and the reduction of installation times through optimized design. Simpler, faster adjustment of weapons and quick, error-free installation of military operations in urban terrain (MOUT) components in buildings let customers spend more time engaged in actual training operations. In addition, the use of widespread standards leads to greater compatibility with the products of other manufacturers, making it possible to do a better job of meeting important performance criteria for live simulation systems.