Naval damage control Training
FLOAT – MOVE – FIGHTDamage control is a fundamental prerequisite for naval operations for the effective deployment of sensors and effectors.
Rheinmetall supplies virtual and live simulators for vital damage control tasks, designed to create maximum operational and decision-making competence. Weaknesses in leadership and communication capabilities often have disastrous consequences and can cause crew members to panic in a crisis.
Fire models, smoke dissipation, flooding, virtual ship simulations, inspections and interaction, DC plotting tools and communication systems are the core elements of this unique training system. Moreover, by connecting it to a ships technical equipment simulation, it is also possible to include technical personnel in an exercise. A key element of the technological solution is simulation of the required information and communication processes. With that expertise Rheinmetall is a competent partner in the training for damage control.
Naval Damage Control Trainer
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