AAL provides a wide variety of products. Here are some examples:

Fall of Shot Recording System - FOSRS 2.0

AAL has released a completely upgraded surface gunfire recording and analysis system “Fall of Shot Recording System” – FOSRS 2.0, which takes advantage of the latest generation camcorder optics and image management to record and measure the miss distance relative to the target, when viewed from the target towing vessel.

It is designed to be operated from a target towing vessel or firing vessel and provides real time calculation of two dimensional distances from a target to the projectile splash position. The system comprises a hand held camcorder and ruggedised laptop computer that utilises latest generation optics and processor technology.

FOSRS 2.0 uses a Canon XF200 HD Camcorder and Panasonic Toughbook in a local WiFi configuration to provide real time streaming in challenging conditions at sea. Using camcorder metadata, the FOSRS 2.0 application allows dynamic changes to the camera to optimise the image for the prevailing conditions; the calculation to determine the miss distance is adjusted to account for this.

The system is designed to operate for 8 hours on battery, with system memory capable of storing in excess of 130 hours video imagery and data.

 

FOSRS 2.0 is compatible with previous versions of FOSRS, and MXF or MP4 video recorded from other sources. The system user interface is intuitive with a familiar Windows® feel. The analysis is presented to the operator in a clear format and is automatically exported to MS Excel to produce the final report.

Diver Signature Evaluation System (DSES)

Originally developed by the NZDF’s Defence Technology Agency, DSES is a portable system that uses acoustic, pressure and magnetic sensors mounted in a mine shape to collect data on the signature emitted by EOD divers and their equipment and underwater vehicles. The software allows the setting of mine thresholds based on threat mine data and the operator console displays real time sensor recorded levels and mine status. Data can also be saved for post mission analysis. Underwater video camera footage can be viewed in real time or recorded. DSES is capable of operating in depths down to 50m, water temperature range of 2-35C and for mission lengths of up to 12 hours.

The DSES uses sensors and electronic systems mounted in a fibre glass Manta mine shape. Data is collected and transferred to a seabed computer via a fifty-metre cable from the mine shape. Control, power and data are transferred via a one hundred and fifty metre cable from the seabed computer to a vessel, typically a Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat (RHIB), on the surface for recording and analysis.

 

Small Arms Simulation

As the leading supplier of integrated live-fire and virtual weapons training systems, InVeris Training Systems introduces the FATS® 100MIL. The system is available in both permanently stationed and portable configurations. The system can be delivered in a completely self-contained mil spec storage case for portability and protection from harsh environments or delivered in a rack-style configuration for a dedicated training classroom. The training modes include 3D Marksmanship, Collective training, and judgmental HD video scenarios, all supporting InVeris’ own extensive
simulated weapon selection.

The system provides an impressive array of functionality for both instructor and trainee, delivering solid weapon handling and shot placement analytics, coaching tools that automatically highlight trainee results for reinforcement or correction, and enhanced graphic capabilities for an all-encompassing immersive training platform.

Features:
• Scalable Platforms - from scenario authoring, branching scenarios and an extensive library of environments, InVeris’ virtual products will ready your troops for anything imaginable
• Proven Technology - experience features like after action review and automatic coaching within judgmental, marksmanship and collective-based training
• Realistic Hardware - with the largest weapon library in the industry, combined with InVeris’ patented BlueFire technology, you can train like you fight

Mobile Acoustic Scoring System (MASS)

MASS has been developed to enable warships to undertake self-conducted naval gunfire support (NGS) training exercises in the open ocean. The use of simulation technology provides greater training flexibility and effectiveness, reducing down-time and overall costs. Traditional bombardment ranges are constrained by distant location and environmental issues such as fire hazards, and foul range caused by small vessels and aircraft operating in coastal areas.

 

 

Key Features:
• Automatic Scoring and Assessment
• Reduced Mission Costs
• Improved training accuracy
• Portable

Remote Control Weapons Stations

Rafael’s TYPHOON™ stabilised Naval Remotely Controlled Weapon Station (RCWS) systems accommodate small to medium-calibre guns, enabling superior ship perimeter protection. The high level of stabilisation and pointing accuracy results in a high hit probability, even against multiple small and fast manoeuvring targets such as UAVs and drones.

RAFAEL’s RCWS family of systems is used operationally by 16 international navies, who have successfully integrated the systems on board a vast array of naval vessels, from patrol boats and Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV) to aircraft carriers. Typhoon’s worldwide installed base includes the surface fleet of the U.S. Navy, Royal Australian Navy, and Royal New Zealand Navy.

Electro Optical ISR and Targeting System

Rafael’s Toplite family of Electro-optic systems is an advanced multi sensor, multipurpose, highly stabilised EO/ISR solution for defence applications. It is used for a variety of applications on different platforms for intelligence/data collection, surveillance, reconnaissance, and weapon direction.

Mature, proven and fielded in more than 20 countries in all branches of the armed forces, the Toplite EOS incorporates up to six sensors for detection, identification, and targeting in a single and sealed LRU, which contains the sensors, the electronic section, the advanced tracker, and the stabilisation subsystem.

ECPINS Warship for proven military-grade navigation and operational safety

ECPINS Warship features a concise User Interface to ensure efficiency and ease-of-use, cognisant of the demanding nature of the operational imperative. ECPINS Warship features enhanced navigation planning, monitoring and situational awareness tools which synergize to ensure that navigational safety is maintained across all domains of naval operations and warfare.

Interfacing with a diverse range of both military and commercial navigation sensors, ECPINS offers ‘sensor agnostic’ integration, offering the naval customer unprecedented choice in the selection of sensors for new-build programs and in-service retrofits. In doing so, the naval customer can optimize sensor configuration and selection, ensuring the highest levels of performance and safety.
ECPINS additionally allows for the creation and customization of predefined screen layouts, augmented exploitation of Additional Military Layers (AML) functionality and precise Lat/Lon readings to three decimal places for optimized positional accuracy.

Tactical Asset Control and Tracking (T-ACT) for Naval and Maritime Security Operations

T-ACT leverages the information gained through the widespread use of AIS, as well as the tactical support functions available in OSI’s navigation and operational support software. This combination provides a dynamic means of capturing and sharing the complex situational awareness picture, as well as tactically employing assets such as small craft and RHIBs. The system can be used to coordinate the operations of multiple T-ACT fitted ships and smaller assets, in either an overt or covert manner as dictated by the tactical situation.

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