Our mission at ATTS is to offer tactical force on force training solutions and marksmanship training solutions to military, government, and law enforcement.
Our Solutions simulate the effects of both direct and indirect fire weapons with an emphasis on simulation realism. Our Live training systems provide the user with an objective assessment of cumulative equipment damage and personnel casualties, including appropriate actions to treat casualties.
Additionally, our training simulations are realistic enough for Soldiers to have confidence in their training performance evaluations. The ATTS evaluations are based on accurate hit/kill probabilities and on accurate damage and casualty assessments.
To provide excellence in customer service
Teamwork and accountability
Respect, Integrity, and Trust towards our employees and our customers
We are Committed to continuous learning and development of our employees
Some of Our Solutions
Our Valuable Solutions
Military Battle Challenge
Tactical Simulation Training, the marksmanship heart and soul of the Military Battle Challenge
The ATTS M-4 laser rifle and report featured in the Battle Challenge offers unparalleled industry innovation and leadership – and demonstrates only a small portion of the total Force-on-Force training capabilities of ATTS
Marksmanship is an integral part of the Battle Challenge. Prominently featured near the end of the Battle Challenge course in Task 7 and Task 8 when the heart rates are highest, the innovative Advanced Tactical Training Solutions (ATTS) rifle-laser-target technology provides industry-leading battle ground marksmanship realism, and 100% reliability in all environments.
In addition to providing skills training and an objective measure of a Battle Challenge participant’s performance in relation to military job tasks and his/her peer competitors, the Battle Challenge’s head-to-head competition takes place in a highly motivational sports setting that adds energy, enthusiasm, interest, and entertainment value for the competitors and the audience.
From start to finish, each cycle of the Battle Challenge takes an average competitor approximately two (2) minutes to complete the nine tasks. During this period, competitors have ample time to successfully perform the job tasks and to differentiate themselves from their opponents in relation to skill and fitness levels and elapsed time.
An awards ceremony recognizing top competitors in each category concludes the competition and training program.