As ATS celebrates 61 Years as Australia’s leading Live Fire Range Company, Bryan Green and Graeme Pitson both celebrate 45 Years of service with the Company. In this time they have been instrumental in our continued success as world leading innovators in the delivery of Live Fire Training systems to Defence and Police Services around the world. Bryan and Graeme joined the Company as it was named Australasian Training Aids (ATA) in 1975. Bryan starting
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December 14, 2020

On-Site Range Commissioning

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On-site range commissioning provides a unique opportunity for ATS Software, Hardware and Technical Maintenance Engineers to see first-hand the results of their hard work while delivering pragmatic solutions to the user needs in the field. Engineers are involved in every aspect of a project, from original design and development, to installation, integration, on-site testing, commissioning, training and official hand-over to the customer and ongoing system maintenance. All our Engineers, Maintenance and Installation staff gather invaluable
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For the past two years ATS has been engaged by the Queensland Police to design, develop, install and test the range precinct at the Bob Atkinson Operational Capabilities Centre. Over that time ATS has designed and delivered one of the most advanced indoor range facilities in the world. ATS has provided the Technical and Physical Capabilities that provide Queensland Police entry level through to advanced shooting practices conducted in a safe and secure location. Shooting
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October 16, 2020

GZR/MTR Upgrade Completion

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ATS continues to support the ADF with range design & upgrades, repair & maintenance, software development and technology advances within the Profession of Arms. Australians supporting Australians. Click here to the video link
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September 29, 2020

GZR / MTR – On Site Acceptance Testing (OSAT)

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The OSAT is the culmination of months of technical configuration and the physical work to install and commission the range and demonstrating the capabilities and handover to the client. Using the required Shooting Practices, the OSAT will prove that the range functions as required to enable the customer to accept that the system performs in the manner it was designed. On successful completion, the range will be handed over to the customer and the project
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