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eLearning | Computer Based Training | Systems Simulation

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eLearning | Computer Based Training | Systems Simulation





Aircraft Weapons Systems

Interactive Training

Aircraft Weapons Systems

Weapons systems enable military aricraft to carry and release a variety of aircraft ordnance including rockets, bombs, air-to-air missiles (AAM), air-to-ground missiles (AGM), air-to-surface missiles (ASM) and air-launched cruise missiles (ALCM) as well as firing guns in either air-to-air or air-to-ground mode.

Sphaera's in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience with aircraft weapons systems, combined with our technical capability in media creation enables us to produce bespoke CBT or elearning material for weapons systems on any aircraft.

For example, our experience of various Hawk weapons systems includes:

 Design of interactive CBT courseware for aircrew and groundcrew

 Conducting on-the-job training (OJT)

 Classroom instruction

 Hands-on maintenance and preparation

 Weapons loading and certification


Our interactive training solutions can feature interactive 3D models, control panels and schematic diagrams.

Hawk Weapons System

Use of 3D models enables users to identify the location of key components such as stores management computers, pylons, gun pods, armament junction boxes and associated cockpit controls.

In the example Hawk Mk 65, you can clearly identify the location of the pylons, gun pod and weapons programming unit (WPU).

Hawk Weapons Control Panel

Fully emulated aircraft control panels enable students to learn about the controls and then practise any associated flight management procedures in total safety.

In this example of a weapons control panel from the Hawk 100 series, students can practise checking the stores inventory or setting-up weapons release parameters.

Hawk Armament Electrical (Arm Elec) Supplies

Interactive system diagrams enable students to learn about each of the electrical components as the circuit is built up using a series of easy to understand steps. Then, when the circuit is complete, instructors or students can set up the system conditions and view the operation under those conditions.

The example shows the Hawk 100 armament electrical supplies.

If you have any weapons system training requirements simply contact us!