Bagira to supply JOBSS to Netherlands
Bagira Systems has won the Netherlands Ministry of Defence's Joint Fires Training Exercise and System tender with its Joint-fire BattleSpace Simulator (JOBSS), the company announced on 28 August.
The company will supply JOBSS to the Royal Netherlands Army, where it will be used as a comprehensive simulator for joint-fires processes training.
Under the contract, Bagira Systems will adapt JOBSS to the customer’s doctrine and concept of operations through a formal NATO accreditation process.
The company will provide simulator configurations from individual education and training up to a Joint Fires Support Team tactical training, using high-resolution dome displays and highly realistic simulated equipment.
The new systems will be installed at various training bases around the country. A number of transportable systems will also be provided to enable training during exercises and missions. Bagira will also sustain and support the simulators on-site over a period of at least ten years.
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