The ATS engineers are at the forefront of providing Range Operating Systems that are highly functional for the training of shooters. ATS engineers can take a number of disassociated software systems such as Building Management, Range Booking and various Target Control Systems and combine them into a single user experience.
The ATS software services also range from project management, technical reviews, design, coding and implementation of software and on-site installation, commissioning and training.
ATS hardware engineers are responsible for the electronic board level design and embedded firmware development of microprocessor and Linux based single board computer hardware platforms, for the control of electro-mechanical actuators and pressure sensitive sensors.
ATS hardware engineers are involved in all facets of the life cycle development of advanced products, from conceptualisation based on user needs, to design, prototyping, making design production ready, through to commissioning, documentation and on-going customer support. Analytical and theoretical models are constructed using computer simulation for the verification of user requirements and validation of electronic designs.
ATS hardware engineers are responsible for the integration of original equipment manufacturer devices into the world leading Advanced Range Operating System (AROS) and the ATS live fire training product line.