Military Embedded Systems

U.S. Army orders laser-based simulation systems from Cubic


July 28, 2016

Mariana Iriarte

Technology Editor

Military Embedded Systems

SAN DIEGO. U.S. Army officials representing the Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI) and Army Contracting Command-Orlando (ACC-ORL) ordered Cubic Global Defense?s Instrumentable-Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System Individual Weapon Systems 2 (I-MILES IWS 2). The contract is worth an estimated $10 million.

Under contract, Cubic Global Defense - a Cubic Corp. subsidiary - will provide tactical simulation systems for realistic training. I-MILES IWS 2 is a laser-based simulation system with body sensors that detect hits and perform real-time casualty assessments.

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