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Infantry Range with LOMAH - USA

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Located in

Built in


Climatic Conditions
Summer: very humid & hot
Winter: cold, dry


-15°C to +40°C

Power Supply

120/240 V AC or
12V Battery powered

Comm. Technology

Hard-wire control

SIT, LOMAH, Shooter Monitors,
Shot Sensor (Lane Discriminators),
CARTS LOMAH - Ft. Benning Oscar 7
Theissen Training Systems (in conjunction with US based AIS, Inc ) was awarded a contract by the U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI), to provide live fire target systems and LOCATION OF MISS AND HIT (LOMAH) for Fort Benning (Georgia).

This award is another success in PEO STRI’s “Common Army Ranges and Target Systems (CARTS)” program to support the modernization of existing Army training ranges worldwide by integrating new devices and target systems.  CARTS is a multiple award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with a five-year period of performance, and a maximum ceiling value of $400 million.

As a part of this program TTS will be delivering modern target actuators equipped with LOMAH (location of miss and hit) electronic scoring systems. All equipment is compliant with “Future Army System of Integrated Targets” (FASIT), the Army's program that establishes a common standard for performance, communication, and protocol associated with targets and devices used at all Army training ranges. The equipment fielded will include:

Stationary Infantry Target (SIT)
The SIT lifts a target silhouette out of cover. The drive is the core device of the target mechanism. Its powerful electric motor is capable of lifting all human silhouette type targets used by the military and is designed to withstand all types of adverse environmental conditions. To operate the mechanism it must be connected to a power supply and to the range control network. It can be configured for hardwired (120/240 VAC) or battery powered (12 VDC) applications. The system uses an adjustable hit sensor and responds to most calibers and simunition. The mechanism is equipped with a height adjustable mechanism to vary the target height depending on the height of the berm and to compensate for the unevenness of the ground.

LOMAH Sensor System
The LOMAH (Location of Miss and Hit) system provides immediate performance feedback for supersonic ammunition and specifies shot-positions with exceptional accuracy. The calculated position of the shot is transmitted to the Range Control Unit (centralized) or to the Student Station (decentralized). Shots fired at the target are scored and evaluated in real time. The system can detect up to 20 rounds per second and records all shots fired (hit or miss) in an area that is 100% greater in width and height than the target silhouette profile, although the scoring area can be electronically downsized by the user.

Shot Sensor System
The Shot Sensor system enables objective and unimpeachable scoring. The system has been developed to guarantee accurate hit counting and to eliminate incorrect scoring on multi-lane ranges. It always detects that a round has been fired from the firing point thus signaling the system that a round has been shot in that lane. 

Student Station
The ruggedized Student Station with its viewable touch screen of ten inches and a resolution of 1280x800 is used to provide instantly immediate performance feedback by displaying shooting results. The shooter sees the location of the shot and can correct his aiming point. A scratch resistant touch screen panel enables to operate the student station that is used with an Android based operating system. The internal battery pack enables the movement and placement anywhere within a defined radius of the shooter‘s firing point depending on the range conditions. For lane identification/ placement, the Student Station is equipped with a built-in GPS.

FASIT Compliance & TRACR Control Software
The delivered systems interoperate with the TRACR software via the FASIT PD Interface Control Document (ICD).  The component interfaces required for the two-way communication between the FASIT Target PDs and the FASIT Target Controller are used in accordance with the FASIT Specifications. The devices utilize the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)/Internet Protocol (IP) suite and are connected to the range control network via an Ethernet interface (CAT 5e/6 cable). For future extensions the devices supports the IP Version 6 Protocol Specification.

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