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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August 31, 2020

GZR / MTR Testing & Commissioning

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Testing and Commissioning is essential to demonstrate compliance with the customer’s needs. This application requires a disciplined approach along with a deep understanding of the context of employment. The system will ensure all components of the range (Advanced Range Operating System (AROS), Target Lifter’s, Projectile Location Systems (PLS), Intelligent Visual Display Units (IVDU), Lane Initiators, Moving Targets and communications sub-systems) are all functioning as required. The requirements for the system are established early in the
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August 18, 2020

GZR / MTR Installation

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Culminating in months of preparatory work, planning and manufacturing the installation process will commence on a timeline that meets the customers’ requirements. Installation Teams work concurrently on separate tasks across the range involving the 100 meter / 200 meter / 300 meter and 100 Movers to minimise range downtime and provide parallel effort that saves critical hours of work for the project. Critical at each step of the installation process is attention to detail for
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