Air to Ground Scoring System

The calibration free Air To Ground (ATG) scoring system is intended to be used at Air To Ground firing ranges for scoring of supersonic projectiles.

The target area equipment consists of a Target Processor Unit TPU, a Beam Sensor Unit BSU, an antenna and a 12 VDC battery. The target area equipment is placed in front and below the target, and behind a protection wall.

The pressure sensors of the BSU detects the shock wave from a passing supersonic projectile. The scoring data, i.e. hit order (time information) from the sensors is transmitted via the radio link in real time to the Marque Scoring Station.

The scoring data (time information) is used by the Marque Scoring Station when calculating the scoring result. The scoring result is graphically displayed on the color monitor as x and y coordinates, or as miss distance in 12 sectors. The salvo center, mean miss distance, and total number of scored rounds are displayed together with the graphic picture. The scoring result can also be displayed in tabular form round by round. A print-out of the scoring result is also possible.

The scoring result is stored in a data base.

The Marque Scoring Station can as an option receive scoring data from six different targets.




Article about Acoustical Scoring Technology

Please click below link to read our article "Acoustical Scoring Technology" in the Magazine Defence Industry Reports.

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New Scoring Stations

Two new scoring stations are now available from Air Target Sweden AB, i.e. the Mini Marque 8.4" and the Visual Display Unit VDU-12. Both stations are compatible with all MDIs supplied by Air Target.


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