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IT2EC 2022: Air Target Sweden gains new business in South America

27th April 2022 - 10:00 GMT | by Trevor Nash in London


Air Target Sweden’s TUP-30 target unit processor. (Photo: Trevor Nash)

Acoustic miss distance indicators allow any shooting scenario profile.

Air Target Sweden, providers of acoustic scoring systems that can detect incoming projectiles from surface- and air-launched weapon systems, highlighted its new TOR scoring station at IT2EC 2022 in London on 26-28 April.

TOR was developed in conjunction with the Belgian Army.

The company’s acoustic miss distance indicators (MDI) detect projectiles that are fired against targets from any direction. This allows the target to be used for any shooting scenario profile.

The MDIs are compatible with weapon systems ranging from 5.56mm calibre small arms or medium-calibre cannons and guns up to 5-inch calibre, all the way to missiles.

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Trevor Nash


Trevor Nash

After a career in the British Army, Trevor Nash worked in the simulation and training …

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