Weapon alignment can be classified into two main types of processes:
Static alignment refers to a process where all the ship’s weapon stations, including the ship’s gyro, are mechanically aligned using the same references for all weapon stations. The static alignment is performed with the ship afloat and alongside in harbor.
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weapon systems are expensive
Aligning weapon systems is an unmatched cost-efficient way to reduce combat losses and increase combat strength. Schill offer state-of-the-art and affordable systems, solutions and services for complete weapon control system alignment and validation.
The Aligner 221 will support the high-tech company Terma A/S in their current and future naval projects by ensuring and verifying that weapons and sensors
Saab Australia has ordered an Aligner 308 from Schill Reglerteknik. The order is Schill’s first contract with Saab Australia and the first to an Australian business.
Schill Reglerteknik’s order stock and production has recently hit an all-time high. Schill CEO Bengt Schill said: “Our customers frequently express their highest satisfaction with