eSim Games at ITEC 2015

eSim Games at ITEC 2015

eSim Games partnered again with AFV Sim at this year’s ITEC exhibition in Prague, Czechia.

AFV Sim demonstrated its assortment of control handle replicas in the traditional desktop trainer configuration. eSim Games was proud to report the final delivery of the Austrian Leopard 2 combat drill trainer (Gesim). Built in the early 1990s, the trainer was subject to a major reconstruction which is expected to extend its lifetime by at least another two decades.

Stand 3A-120

Stand 3A-120

eSim Games chose Diehl BGT Defence of Röthenbach, Germany to complete the hardware related work of the lifetime extension program. Not only had the old UNIX based computer components to be replaced by off-the-shelf gaming PCs running Steel Beasts Professional as the main simulation software component. It was also an opportunity to add a number of instruments missing in the original design. These were exhibited as a picture wall, along with screenshots of  Diehl’s ATLan-UK hardware interface technology.

Picture wall detailing the Gesim reconstruction

Picture wall detailing the Gesim reconstruction

Like previous year, Steel Beasts Professional was the only product exhibited at ITEC to offer such a unique combination of versatility, fidelity, and the unmatched price point. eSim Games and its partners stand by to offer lifetime extensions to other containerized crew and platoon trainers for any kind of armored fighting vehicle.

eSim Games was happy to greet a number of prospective customers, not the least from the Czech and the Baltic republics. In addition, a contract of representation was undersigned to explore new markets.

eSim stand at opening hour

eSim stand at opening hour

As Steel Beasts Professional supports a wide range of fire control systems, e.g. for the vehicle families CV90, Leopard 2, M1 Abrams, M2 Bradley, or various remote weapon stations, a broad range of containerized simulator systems could be refurbished at remarkably low costs, thus extending the lifetime of the crew compartment instruments without having to retain proprietary electronics and legacy simulation software.

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