Wednesday, January 19 • 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Wireless Target Identification

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Shooting competitions in the past are prone to inaccurate scoring. The reason is the methods used are very in-efficient. The methods that have been used in the past are either visually or by a special target called a “falling target”. Visually identifying targets proved to be the least accurate as targets can be as far as 1000 yards away. The “falling target” seemed to be a nuisance as you have to manually pick up the target once it has fallen. However, one way of accurate scoring and target detection is the use of a wireless transmitter and receiver pair. You can mount the transmitter on the back of a target, and receive the feedback of the shots with LED's on the receiver. This method of target detection is very accurate and also inexpensive. This system can also be expanded to up to 100 targets.


Wednesday January 19, 2011 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Glass Oaks Main Floor - Side Wing