Naval Trainers

Today, Canadian sailors are conducting team, operator, and maintenance training at Lockheed Martin Canada's east coast facility, the Maritime Advanced Training and Test Site (MATTS) in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. This training environment can host more than 150 sailors on a daily basis.

Lockheed Martin Canada’s CMS 330 Combat Management System core software architecture also forms the Synthetic Environment Advanced Combat Operator Training Systems (SEACOT).  A fully scalable and tailored solution is available for all ranges of training needs and cost considerations.

Shore-based and on board training solutions use the same CMS operational software that is deployed in ships, reducing life cycle and associated support costs while providing high fidelity training and replicating the most demanding multi-threat environments.

The Shipboard Embedded Training Tool (SETT) is a one-of-a-kind solution that allows the ships’ Combat Operators to train at sea in a multi-unit, live and synthetic (combined) environment while still allowing for simultaneous live operations. Training is interwoven into the surrounding operational environment using a copy of the real CMS as opposed to simulation software.

At sea or in a shore-based trainer, portable common training scenarios can be scripted, applied and carried out in a run time application that allows for scalability to include all levels of individual operator training, sub-team or full team training, depending on the needs of the command team. 


Visual Interactive Simulation Training Application (VISTA) is designed to effectively train maintainers and operators of complex equipment while minimizing or eliminating the need for access to the actual equipment.


Lockheed Martin Canada’s DFT Target Support Services (TSS) Team has successfully provided timely, flexible, reliable, high quality DFT systems and services to the Canadian Army and Government of Canada since delivering the DFT-ITS equipment to Canada in 1997.