Saab’s Agile Tactical Engagement Simulation equipment system will enable Indian armed forces to practice the Tactics, Techniques and Procedures of warfare in an instrumented ‘Force on Force’ training environment. The accompanying Gamer Manpack can record all player positions, firing and event data for use during or after action review. Army officers conducting training can use Saab’s ATES to create a complete real time Situational Awareness of the event as it unfolds. Agile Tactical Engagement Simulation equipment system combines Saab’s dedicated service with the latest technology and longstanding experiences in training systems.
Lars Olof Lindgren, Head Market Area, Saab India said, “We are very happy to announce our distribution agreement with Indianeye Security for Saab’s ATES. This further strengthens our current relationship as Indianeye Security uses a Saab platform to impart state-of-art training to Indian police forces and industry. Their knowledge and use of our systems will enable them to be effective advocates and distribution partners for Saab’s ATES."
Saab’s strategy for the Indian market involves partnership and co-operation with Indian companies for all defence and security programmes it will participate and compete in. The agreement with Indianeye Security Pvt Ltd will facilitate marketing of Saab’s Agile Tactical Engagement Simulation (ATES) equipment to Indian Armed Forces, Paramilitary, Special Forces and Police.
Equipments covered under the agreement for distribution include BT47 Personnel Dection Device (Helmet Halos), Small Arms Transmitter, Urban Operations TES equipment, Grenade & booby trap simulators and Gamer Manpack - Exercise Control Console.
In the coming years Saab aims to grow its revenues in the defence and security market through new and existing businesses. A key strategy is to co-partner strong Indian companies and extend Saab’s marketing and distribution reach.
Indianeye Security Pvt Ltd. currently provides training to police officers, industry and individuals at their state-of-art training academy, Belgundi. They will be also using the BT47 platform to demonstrate the system’s capabilities to Indian Armed Forces, Paramilitaries, Police and Industry.
According to Mr Harry Dhaul, Chief Knowledge Officer – “Our aim is to provide world class training facility and equiment to all the personnel involved in the Homeland Security space. The training imparted by us would make them competent and qualified to provide security of a global standard worldwide."