Ground Live-Fire Training

The MS Instruments Automatic Marking System (AMS) or Location of Miss and Hit (LOMAH) is designed for use at all stages and levels of training.

The equipment is highly accurate, flexible and easy to use and easily configured to run different training combinations simultaneously. It is robust and used all over the world in a variety of different environments. The system uses acoustic targeting technology, meaning that there are no false recordings from stones and debris.

Live-Fire Training is the most effective way of preparing a soldier for the field and provides the factors that simulation training does not cover such as wind, light and temperature. Live-Fire training targets can be made as flexible as you need them to be. They can be illuminated at night, made to fall when hit, can pop-up again once hit or be fixed to moving rails. There are also portable versions of this versatile training system.

A larger scale version is available for tank target training where targets can also be pop-up or moving or both. Heavy-duty pop-ups and targets are used along with the Live-Fire software to create a flexible and easy to use system that can be utilized in all sorts of environments.