Reiser-Systemtechnik Simulation Technology

December 2010
Military Technology;2010, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p30
An interview with Wolfgang Reiser, managing director of Reiser Systemtechnik (RST) GmbH is presented. When asked about the brief profile of the RST, Reiser states that they are producing technological and complex systems for their clients in different countries. In addition, he highlights their innovative products including flight simulators, test systems, and training devices. Furthermore, he also notes the features of the Night Vision Goggle (NVG).


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