A Hit Correction in Shooting Simulator according Weapon Inclination
10th International Symposium "Topical Problems in the Field of Electrical and Power Engineering. Doctoral School of Energy and Geotechnology II": Proceedings
The article is devoted to study of the Shooting Simulator hit accuracy due to weapon inclination in shooting moment. The hit measurements were done through the tilt sensor integration in the Simulator weapon. The study revealed that the best way to use the tilt sensor is integrate it directly in the shooting simulator and collect the hit measurement results into the simulator control program. The method of shooting an adjustment the hit results was based on the general principles of external ballistics. Various sensors for shooting simulator allow them to be used in specific training performance which otherwise would be very difficult. Currently the shooting simulator has the potential to provide very specific training for a wide range of users in any way without infringing security requirements.
Handgun (pistol), weapon inclination, weapon ballistic, adjustment target
Ķiploks, J., Raņķis, I. A Hit Correction in Shooting Simulator according Weapon Inclination. No: 10th International Symposium "Topical Problems in the Field of Electrical and Power Engineering. Doctoral School of Energy and Geotechnology II": Proceedings, Igaunija, Pärnu, 10.-15. janvāris, 2011. Tallinn: Estonian Society of Moritz Herman Jacobi, 2011, 229.-233.lpp. ISBN 978-9985-9089-4-5.