Here Is The World’s MOST FEARED SNIPER RIFLE…This Is A Game Changer
This is the worlds MOST FEARED SNIPER RIFLE and I’ll place the specs & info beneath the video for you and break-down the entire weapons system. With this weapon system, any soldier on the battlefield can always make the perfect kill shot. Another great idea for the US Military this new sniper rifle uses advanced technology to ensure the soldier of tomorrow will never miss his target. TrackingPoint is an Austin, Texas-based applied technology company that created the first precision guided firearm (PGF), a long-range rifle system.
This text if from their website tracking-point.com
Precision-Guided Firearms Precision-Guided Firearms are comprised of six primary subsystems: Target Tracking Optic, Guided Trigger, Barrel Reference System, Weather Station, Laser Range Finder, and Networking.
Target Tracking Optic (TTO) – The TTO is based on Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision. The digital optic acquires and tracks designated targets, and maintains a point-of-impact designation for the shooter. The TTO includes over a dozen sensors and tracks the background scene, the foreground scene (the target), and the position of the target. The TTO controls the trigger such that if the shooter tries to release the round when not aligned with the lethal zoneof-impact the rifle does not fire. When a target is acquired the TTO computes ballistics and the reticle adjusts all within 100ms – beyond the perception of the soldier.
Guided Trigger – The electro-mechanical computerized trigger is networked with the TTO. As the shooter squeezes the trigger the digital scene in the TTO stabilizes and the shooter “paints” the target with a designated point-of-impact. The shooter continues his squeeze to a full stop and sweeps the point-of-impact. The TTO releases the trigger/round at the perfect point of intersection.
Total-Time-To-Kill (TTK) from engagement to elimination is approximately 2.5 seconds. Barrel Reference System – Advanced weapons systems such as the M1 Tank have laser-based systems that continually check the alignment of the sighting system and the barrel. PrecisionGuided Firearms incorporate the same laser system and check the optical alignment on every shot and adjust aim-point if necessary based on any mechanical shifts. The Barrel Reference System eliminates the need for soldiers to zero or re-zero their weapons. Weather Station – Includes a thermometer, barometer, and relative humidity sensor. Each sensor is instantaneously read at the time of target acquisition and ballistics then adjusts based on these readings.
Laser Range Finder – At target acquisition time the Laser Range Finder determines the range to target and ballistics are automatically updated.
Networking – Precision-Guided Firearms have embedded secure wireless capabilities for connecting to a battlefield network. The shooters view is provided to Command and Control and to field leaders for real-time target discrimination. Precision-Guided Firearms also have the ability to provide picture-in-picture capability for the shooter. For instance a drone can provide images to the shooter as he engages targets.
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