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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ATS was pleased to be the major sponsor of the Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (SSAA), Action Pistol, National Championships held in Canberra over the weekend. This competition involved competitors from across Australia vying for National Team selection by shooting four different Action Match disciplines — Plates, Mover, Practical and Barricades — across Production, Metallic or Open gun categories. The ATS Sponsored shooters performed brilliantly, with Mark Blake placing first and Cherie Blake placing second
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October 4, 2018

The Requirement for Quality Systems

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When You Aim for Perfection, You’ll Discover It’s a Moving Target. The ATS catchphrase perfectly sums up the need for a comprehensive, business wide approach to quality.  Quality by its nature requires continual monitoring, measurement, analysis and evaluation to maintain its veracity. To implement and acquire the formal quality accreditation to ISO 9001:2015, ATS has put in place policies and procedures for all functional areas of the business.  These are continually reviewed and revised to
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ATS recently hosted the CTMC at the ATS Albury facility. The CTMC runs the annual Masters level Capability Management Program (CMP). A key part of the course is the Defence Industry visits where course members gain an understanding of the Australian Defence Capability, how it supports ADF capability development, the pressures and drivers in which it operates, and provides a good opportunity for the Course members to meet/discuss their industry counterparts. The tour presented information
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