Argon to showcase ‘best practice’ paper at CBRNe India
Following its recent order to supply the Indian military with training simulators, Argon is set to present a paper on international best practice in CBRN detection training at the CBRNe India conference and exhibition, which takes place in New Delhi, India on the 16 - 17th April 2013.
The paper, titled “Real Experience Training: International Best Practice in Simulation and CBRN detection”, will be presented by John Saunders, the Product Manager for Argon Electronics, on the first day of the event at 14:45.
Argon will also be showcasing its state-of-the-art CBRN response training simulator PlumeSIM at CBRNe India. PlumeSIM software is used with chemical and radiological detector simulation instruments from Argon, allowing virtual dispersal plumes and hot spots to be set up quickly and simply for trainees to detect, and provides instructors with a much needed level of flexibility in the type of training that can be provided.
Argon will be showing a full range of simulation tools at the event, comprising ACADASIM, AP4C-SIM (with S4PE-SIM), CAMSIM, LCD3.2e-SIM, LCD3.3-SIM, EPD-Mk2-SIM and RDS-200-SIM (with GMP-11-SIM). Argon will also be performing live demonstrations of the range.
“Argon has worked closely with its local partners and end users to ensure that we can meet the current and future training capability requirements of the Indian Armed Forces,” said Steven Pike, Managing Director of Argon Electronics. “Our presence at CBRNe India demonstrates our on-going commitment in assisting India in the implementation and procurement of its CBRNe infrastructure.”
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