CBRN-Sim

Real-time simulation of CBRN ground contamination and airborne hazards

Key features in CBRN-Sim

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All-round planning tool

Allows the instructor to plan a scenario with chemical hazards, including ground contamination and vapour, radiological hazards, and nuclear fallout.

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Realistic simulation

Simulation executer that provides the realistic sensor readings related to a given position and time based on the simulated scenario. The position and time can be based on a simulated route or actual GPS readings.

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State of the art functions

CBRN-Sim provides the user with the ability to add materials that generate false-positive results for training purposes.

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Wide mapping compatibility

Compatible with a wide range of raster, vector, and satellite image formats. Add-on supports links to Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) web services with Web Map Service (WMS) data.

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Enhanced training capability

One of the key assets of the software is its ability to allow CBRN sensor-based training to be carried out in the classroom or static on a platform without that platform moving into a training area. Full realism is achieved by moving the platform in the training area, getting relevant sensor results based on crew actions. Not moving the platform is an environmental benefit and saves on any platform running costs.

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Actual or simulated data

CBRN-Sim allows the instructor to mix actual and simulated data, for example, the instructor can choose to use actual data from a meteorological sensor, while simulating other sensors. Likewise, the software can use actual GPS time and locations if required or use a simulated route that has to be checked during the training or exercise.

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Seamless integration


All chemical and radiological sensors supported by SCIM® can also be used during CBRN-Sim simulations. SCIM®, CBRN-Analysis and CBRNE-Frontline with CBRN-Sim included will give visual and audible alarms, when entering a simulated hazard environment or will alarm at the correct distances for stand-off detection as during operational use.

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Exercise management

Each exercise that is conducted is stored in a scenario library which can be reused or modified by the instructor. The simulation scenario is invisible to the person being trained. When the task or exercise is complete, the instructor can use the logged information to evaluate the simulated contamination that was encountered on route and which commands the operator issued to the sensors as a result.

CBRN-Sim adds real-time simulation of CBRN Ground contamination and Airborne hazards to SCIM®, CBRNE-Frontline and CBRN-Analysis for Operator Sensor Integration Training. CBRN-Sim is a planning tool that allows an instructor to plan a scenario with chemical hazards, including ground contamination and vapour, radiological hazards, and nuclear fallout.

CBRN-Sim is available for simulation of sensor data output. This provides a cost-effective and risk-free alternative to fulfilling the requirements of operator training. The application can simulate alarm and fault readings from any sensor to allow realistic operational training. CBRN-Sim provides the ability to add materials that generate false-positive results for relevant sensor types. Training and using sensors or instruments can increase the cost of consumables such as batteries and filters. Simulation can keep these costs to a minimum while giving operators valuable training in the necessary procedures. CBRN-Sim is a software product that delivers the full realism of sensor data, including errors and malfunctions, and gives instructors essential feedback on practical performance.

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