Porte-cibles statiques et mobiles pour l’entraînement aux tirs pour armes légères et lourdes (terrain libre, stand de tir, champ de tir, village de combat…)
The autonomous and lightweight target equipment allows urban infrastructures to be used.
Scenarios reflecting operational conditions as closely as possible with interactive targets.
STERELA is acknowledged around the world for the quality of its firing-practice equipment and particularly for its wide variety of firing-range solutions (fixed and mobile, heavy and light weapons).
Our products are agile, flexible, versatile and compatible with all the educational and infrastructure requirements for training and shooting practice.
Our ability to integrate moving targets and develop training scenarios means we recreate conditions that are as close to reality as possible. In addition to using their weapons, the trainees call on the reflexes they will need in real combat conditions.
Anti-tank firing practice uses two types of conditions: shooting at fixed and moving targets. These conditions are factored into our range of products, which allow you to use live ammunition or training ammunition (light weapons, cannon fire, missiles, etc.).
Particularly adapted to extreme conditions of use, our products have been designed to remain in the field, due to their autonomy and robustness.
Our remote-control units are not just simple devices that enable operators to control the movement of the target holder. They also allow them to display and record feedback to assess and analyse the shooter's performance.
A remote-control unit can manage several target holders and different models.
The target holders can be used in full-automatic mode, remote controlled, or according to specific scenarios.
STERELA provides a range of services to allow you to implement your projects under the best conditions, in terms of technology and budget.
We provide in-service maintenance solutions in line with your budget and availability requirements.
Verification of operation and use.
"A demonstration is worth more than a million words" (Charles WILLEFORD),
so, based on this principle, we have created a specific area devoted to demonstrating and using our products in real-life situations. This area is made available to our trainees during the training sessions organised on our premises. It is a useful tool for checking the coherence and roll-out of the scenarios created in the classroom, and can be used during maintenance training to ensure a piece of equipment is working correctly after repair.
Our trainers are field technicians. They are in permanent contact with our customers on maintenance contracts. Inside the company, they receive technical support from our "product" manager and the design office.