ATS Operations Manager Steven Brain, represented ATS at the launch of the 2019 Australian Military Sales Catalogue held at Parliament House.  The Catalogue is a product of the Australian Defence Export Office.  Steven met the Minister for Defence Industry, The Honourable Steven Ciobo, who is eager for the catalogue to be used as a show-case for Australian Defence related industries. The Australian Military Sales Catalogue uses a selection process for it content.  It is a
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January 30, 2019

On-Site Range Commissioning

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ATS Software and Hardware Engineers are involved in every aspect of a live fire range project from original design, software development and hardware integration to installation, on-site testing, commissioning, training and official hand-over to the customer. On-site range commissioning is an important aspect of the overall live fire range project. This is where ATS’ software and hardware engineers work alongside the ATS Target Technicians who make up the installation team to see first-hand the results
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December 4, 2018

Mechanical Engineering

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Mechanical engineering is the discipline that applies engineering, physics, engineering mathematics, and materials science principles to design, analyse, manufacture and maintain mechanical systems.   Our Mechanical Engineers apply these principles to our existing range of targetry products whilst innovating new products for our customers.  Mechanical engineering tools such as Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM), product life cycle management and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) support ATS in the  design and analysis of new concepts.  FEA is a numerical method for solving problems of engineering and mathematical physics. Useful for problems with complicated geometries, loadings, and material properties where analytical solutions cannot be obtained or easily communicated.   FEA
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ATS was invited by Army Headquarters to showcase its Live Fire Range in a Box (LFRiB) at Army Innovation Day (AID) 2018 held at ADFA recently. Heralded as an AID success story, the LFRiB is a fully deployable and immersive live fire range fitted with an interactive video target system. The Chief of Army, Lieutenant General Rick Burr, enjoyed the opportunity to engage realistic video scenarios using the new Thales EF88 / F90 EF90 and
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Life as a piece of Range Live Fire Targetry equipment can be a dangerous one, but with ATS Target Technicians on hand, even getting shot isn’t the end of the line. A busy training period for the Australian Defence Force has resulted in some spectacular damage to targetry equipment. ATS Target Technicians have been busy reconstructing mechanisms that have been torn apart by mortar rounds that have landed a little too close; diagnosing and undertaking
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