About product

The simulator is intended to train the operators to use «Konkurs-M» and «Fagot» complexes in order to gain two-coordinate detection skills, tracking simulated targets, launching and subsequent training to maintain and improve the skills already acquired.
9F660-3 simulator provides two delivery options:
- for the training of operators of portable systems «Fagot» and «Konkurs-M» with rocket launcher 9P135M (9P135M1) (portable equipment simulator);
- for the training of operators of portable complexes «Konkurs-M» (object 675) (simulator of a portable product)..

The simulator composition

Portable product simulator

  • Instructor's workplace
    - unit UTN-1M8 - digital machine (system unit, video monitor, keyboard);
  • Operator’s workplace: - headphones;
  • cable;
  • spare parts, tools and accessories kit;
  • packages kit;
  • operational documentation.

Transportable product simulator

  • Instructor's workplace:
    - unit UTN-1M8 - digital machine (system unit, video monitor, keyboard);
  • Operator’s workplace:
    - block UTN-8M2 - simulator launcher PU 9P135 (9P135M) (simulator target channel, launch and support simulator);
    - block UTN-9 (lifting device simulator);
    - headphones;
  • cable;
  • spare parts, tools and accessories kit;
  • packages kit;
  • operational documentation.

The equipment of the simulator is installed on two tables (not included in the simulator): the instructor’s workplace is organized on the instructor’s desk the operator’s workplace is organized on the operator’s desk.

The simulator provides

  • the study of the principles of the combat use of anti-tank systems;
  • formation of training scenarios depending on the level of operator training;
  • training in methods of detecting and hitting targets in the optical channel of guidance in day and night conditions;
  • synthesizing the visual environment using three-dimensional graphics;
  • demonstration of the guidance process in the "ideal" operator mode;
  • viewing the actions of the operator in detecting and tracking the target when performing electronic “launches” in real, accelerated and slow time scales;
  • monitoring and evaluating the activities of operators in the preparation process;
  • storing learning results in databases;
  • ranking of operators depending on learning outcomes;
  • achievement by operators of the required level of professional training, maintenance and improvement of combat skills in self-training modes and under the guidance of an instructor.