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Wireless Remote Shooting Training Controller with Multiple Targets Using Impact Vibration Analysis

Noh-Sik Park 1, JunHwi Park 2, and Dong-Hee Lee 2
1. Sewoong Tech, Busan, Korea
2. Department of Mechatronics Engineering, Kyungsung University, Busan, Korea
Abstract—This paper presents an advanced automatic firearm shooting control system for the military training ground. To detect the correct hit and bounded bullet or soils impact, the impact energy and impact signals are analyzed. The proposed two-level impact comparator and the resettable impact energy detector are used to classify the correct hit or un-correct hit from the crash vibration. The low level and high level comparator from the vibration sensor generate a different signal patterns according to the crashed materials to the target such as hit bullet, sand or scattered small stones. The signal patterns are compared to the correct hit pattern then, the determination of the hit is classified in the proposed system. The 3-groups 72 targets are wireless communicated to the main controller with group router using Zig-bee to reduce the installation cost and more expandability. The designed automatic firearm shooting control system can detect the correct hit shot with the 99.7[%] accuracy in the test.
 
Index Terms—Firearm shooting control, Impact signal analysis, Hit shot determination, Zig-bee wireless communication

Cite: Noh-Sik Park, JunHwi Park, and Dong-Hee Lee, "Wireless Remote Shooting Training Controller with Multiple Targets Using Impact Vibration Analysis," Journal of Automation and Control Engineering, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 70-75, December, 2019. doi: 10.18178/joace.7.2.70-75
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