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Two shortlisted for Swiss training contract

23rd January 2019 - 11:14 GMT | by Trevor Nash in London

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Two companies have been shortlisted for the Swiss Army’s command and staff training requirement with Rheinmetall Electronics offering its Osiris product in a head-to-head with RUAG’s Osprey system, the latter being based on MASA’s SWORD product.

Osiris started development in 2015 and is designed to train commanders and staff from platoon through to divisional levels.

Rheinmetall stated: ‘The scalable system can be expanded from the basic configuration – which can be run on a single laptop – into a full-scale brigade-level simulation system. In addition to a C4ISTAR exercise capability it is able to depict terrain dynamically in the form

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After a career in the British Army, Trevor Nash worked in the simulation and training …

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