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LACS - THE REAL FORCE-ON-FORCE TRAINING SYSTEM
LACS (Laser Advanced Combat System) is a training system dedicated to the operators from law enforcement and the military sector.

To be installed on real or simulative real firearms, LACS, combining force on force cqb/cqc training and target aiming (static, dynamic or reactive). Lacs by combining hardware and software technologies, allows both the operators that trainers to improve their shooting proficiency.

RANGE FIRE, KILLING HOUSE, RIFLE AND HANDGUN TACTICAL TRAINING
Shooting static and dynamic target

FORCE-ON-FORCE TRAINING with RIFLE and HANDGUN and EXPLOSIVE DEVICE
Force-on-Force Training CQB/CQC

FORCE-ON-FORCE DEBRIEFING AND ANALYSIS
Software platform to support professional trainers in implementing new CQB/CQC methodologies

CUSTOMIZED FORCE-ON-FORCE TRAINING SCENARIO
Maximum flexibility to implement customized training scenarios

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LACS R2
LACS R2, equipped with a precision infrared laser class 1 double emitter with a variable beam dimension, is made to be used on any type of rifle, simulative or real (blank ammunition) equipped with a Picatinny rail. The R2 allows the possibility to execute Force-on-Force Training in CQB/CQC (Close Quarters Combat/Battle) and static, dynamic and reactive target training, simulating the ballistic characteristics of the firearms in use. The adjustable dimensions of the laser beam allow the operator to obtain the maximum results of engagement up to 656 feet / 200 mt. The multiple emission system allows the operator to have the most realistic experience in both CQB/CQC scenarios or distances between 98 feet / 30 mt to 656 feet / 200 mt. The R2, available in a “Long Range” version to shoot up to 656 feet / 200 mt, allows the trainer to recreate a specific training scenario with sniper operators’ support. The laser beam in class 1, is emitted the moment the trigger is pulled without delay or false positives.

It allows the discrimination of single zone hits to then execute the analysis with the TOC (Tactical Operation Center). Made of Ergal, LACS R2 can be used in any weather conditions. These characteristics, in addition to the flexibility of use allow the operators to execute the Force-on-Force training in CQB/CQC in a completely safe manner (for people, animals, objects and buildings) and with total respect to “DOE-STD-1091-96 February 1996 - DOE STANDARD FIREARMS SAFETY”. Additionally, it’s particularly useful for the most innovative Force-on-Force training techniques: hostage, convoy protection, VIP protection; and in static, dynamic and reactive target training.

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LACS HG1
HG1, equipped with an infrared class 1 precision laser emitter with a variable beam dimension, it’s made to be used on any type of handgun, simulative or real (blank ammunition) equipped with a Picatinny rail. The HG1 allows the possibility to execute Force-on-Force Training in CQB/CQC (Close Quarters Combat/Battle); static, dynamic and reactive target training, simulating the ballistic characteristics of the arms in use. The adjustable dimensions of the module laser beam allow the operator to obtain maximum results of engagement up to 164 feet / 50 mt. The laser beam in class 1, is emitted the moment the trigger is pulled without delay or false positives.

It allows the discrimination of single zone hits to then execute the analysis with the TOC (Tactical Operation Center). Made in Ergal, LACS HG1 can be used in any weather conditions. These characteristics, in addition to the flexibility of use allow the operators to execute the Force-on-Force training in CQB/CQC in a completely safe manner (for people, animals, objects and buildings) and with total respect to “DOE-STD-1091-96 February 1996 - DOE STANDARD FIREARMS SAFETY”. Additionally it’s particularly useful for the most innovative Force-on-Force training techniques: hostage, convoy protection, VIP protection; and in static, dynamic and reactive target training.

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LACS Sensors HIT
Each LACS sensor is provided with a dedicated microprocessor that is the core of the receiving system and hit discrimination. It may be positioned on the body of the operator or on the targets to reach the maximum realism in training. Distributed on the entire body (including arms, legs, chest and head) in variable quantities, from between 16 and 32 sensors, with different density in different areas of the body, the sensors are identified univocally. It’s also possible to discriminate the exact body surface area hit and the type of damage inflicted based on the specific ballistic protection (virtual) in use and based on the type of projectile (virtual) fired. All this information is received from the microprocessor and sent to the LACS B-CPU (Body Central Processor Unit) connected by wire to each sensor.

Sensors have a receiving angle of beam that, based on the weather conditions and the distances, can change from 15° to 180°. The sensors are made of shock absorbent techno polymer which is able to resist high and low temperatures. During the production cycle the sensors are exposed to different protective processes that make it resistant to dust and water. They are water resistant and may be protected by an additional interchangeable protection shell that grants superior shock absorbent characteristics.

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LACS B-CPU RECORD
LACS B-CPU (Body Central Processor Unit) manages and coordinates the wireless laser emitters and the wired sensors. It’s equipped with wireless communication devices that allow communication with the TOC (Tactical Operation Center) and interacts with the operator with audio/video/tactile signals. LACS B-CPU receives the session’s configuration data relative to the training from the TOC and during the simulation registers all the session’s data, for example: number of shots, sensors hit, magazine reload, etc. Thanks to the wireless connection it can download and upload the data with video cameras, mobile devices and remote networks.

At the end of the training session, all data can be sent to the TOC to prepare the statistics and the debriefing. With the multi channel wireless module, it is possible to use LACS in the USA or in EUROPE. Additionally, thanks to the accessories, like rifle, handgun, bombs and flash bang it is possible to execute law enforcement and military training.

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LACS Target TRAIN
LACS Targets are a fundamental element to complete the training scenarios. Equipped with multiple sensors they are available in three different type.

  • Static Target, when it hit, the target emits a sound and illuminates the hit area.
  • Dynamic target, in addition to the sound and light the Dynamic Target falls and resets to its original position at different intervals. In this way the operator trains in scanning and controlling.
  • Reactive target, equipped with all of the characteristics of the Dynamic Targets, this target can also be programmed to hit the operator as soon as he enters the target zone.

LACS Targets thanks to their versatility and form are indispensable in the elite training and basic training.