The Marksmanship Training Range (MTR) provides a safe clinical environment to train personnel in live fire shooting skills. Each lane is equipped with a Projectile Location System (PLS) and an Intelligent Visual Display Unit (IVDU) enabling firers and coaches to benefit from immediate and progressive feedback on shooting performance. As shots are fired the location of the round is accurately identified and immediately displayed on the firer’s IVDU. The system enables the efficient zeroing of weapons by automatically calculating the mean point of impact for a group of rounds and providing the necessary sight adjustment information. Shots can be replayed for detailed analysis or printed graphically for individual shooting records.
The MTR is controlled by a Range Control System (RCS) which allows a single operator to effectively control a range of many static and moving targets. The RCS accommodates standard application of fire practices and maintenance functions or can be configured to achieve customised scenarios for day and night training.
THE LOCATION OF MISS AND HIT (LOMAH) or PROJECTILE LOCATION SYSTEM (PLS)
The LOMAH or PLS uses an open sensor array system enabling supersonic rounds to be automatically located, scored and processed for display. The system will also register misses, ricochets and crossfires, but will not score these shots.
FIXED TARGET MECHANISMS
Static mechanisms can have pop-up or sideways acting target arms and can be fitted with plastic, aluminum or wooden target boards. Programmable night illumination and battle noise simulation is available.
Moving Target mechanisms incorporate pop-up, adjustable speed and distances of travel.
A closed sensor array is used in the box target for supersonic and subsonic ammunition, high precision or competition target shooting.