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The new Flight Tracker edition of the 3-D FlightPath software is the world's first software package to combine data from two high-speed video cameras and two rotating-mirror flight trackers to measure projectile flight dynamics in 3-D. This revolutionary software package allows range engineers to quantify flight characteristics over long distances (e.g., 100 meters or more). The Flight Tracker edition utilizes the same image processing, graphing, auto-tracking, reporting and 3-D reconstruction algorithms found in Xcitex's other acclaimed 3-D FlightPath editions.
This 3-D FlightPath software has been installed using both Flight Followers from MS Instruments (UK) and Trajectory Trackers from Specialised Imaging (UK), so you can use your existing hardware and cameras.
- Ideal for continuous measurements over long flight lines
- Requires just two high-speed cameras and two Flight Followers or Trajectory Trackers
- Two-part calibration technique can be accomplished in just a few hours
- Same-side range architecture simplifies setup and cabling
- Same analysis results as other 3-D FlightPath packages
This 3-D FlightPath edition captures and quantifies projectile motion along a flight path to produce pitch, yaw, speed, and position data, and to calculate deviation from ideal flight-line. This software requires only two high-speed cameras and two flight trackers - no need for a third camera at the gun. Cameras can be placed on the same side of the flight line to provide range engineers the maximum flexibility during test set-up and to minimize cable runs. The revolutionary 2-part shot line calibration can be performed in a short period of time with low-cost components and a laser range finder - no need for geometric surveys or theodolites.
This edition is being used at multiple large government-sponsored projectile test ranges where it has been rigorously testing and benchmarked to yield higher accuracy results than competitor packages. Projectiles, fragments, non-lethals, sabots and other objects can be tracked through the videos as either single objects or tip-tail pairs. Time and position data is captured from the mirror trackers and video cameras.