As part of their ongoing service TTS offer extended warranty programs, logistics support, maintenance contracts & long term spare part servicing to ensure reliable shooting range operation.
Theissen Training Systems offer a wide range of simulators for live fire training exercises, including Battle Effects and Sound Simulators as well as stock ballistic shields for protection of training equipment in the firing range.
The LOMAH (Location Of Miss And Hit) system, sometimes referred to as the AMS (Automated Marking System) or PLS (Projectile Location System) is designed to be used either independently, or integrated with existing static or dynamic targets.
Theissen Training Systems' Computerized Range Control Systems can be programmed to control any equipment by TTS including all types of permanent, semi-permanent and mobile targetry equipment installed on anti-armor & Infantry live fire training areas
Theissen Training systems offer Location of Miss and Hit (LOMAH) targets featuring automatic marking systems for target range shooter training.
Theissen Training Systems supply infantry and armor target systems for military live fire ranges. Specialist MOUT target mechanisms are available for training in confined areas and urban environments.
Theissen Training Systems offer tracked moving targets for live fire training. The targets available range from small portrait-shaped infantry targets to specialist moving-vehicle designs.
Theissen Training Systems provide Location of Miss and Hit (LOMAH) targets for live-fire training ranges at Fort Benning and Fort Leonard Wood.
Posted by Theissen Training Systems GmbH | Category: Firearms Training | Live Ammunition Training | Live Fire Ranges | Live Fire Training | Shooting Training Systems - Pop Up System | Theissen Training Products | 07/11/2012 - 02:45:23
Fort Leonard Wood celebrates the delivery of their sophisticated new firing range from Theissen Training Systems and Advanced Interactive Systems, Inc.
Theissen Training Systems gain a contract to supply live fire target systems and LOMAH (location of miss and hit) sensor systems for Fort Benning, Fort Jackson and Fort Leonard Wood.