AUSA 2018: Double Shoot smartphone application for zeroing weapons
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Company Double Shoot – a pioneer in advanced systems for zeroing high accuracy weapons and scoring systems – presents for the first time at AUSA 2018 (Association of United States Army) defense exhibition in Washington D.C., a unique and innovative smartphone application for zeroing weapons, scoring, and comparison. The versatile application can be used with a variety of assault rifles and machine guns.
Double Shoot smartphone application for zeroing weapons, scoring, and comparison (Picture source Double Shoot)
Double Shoot’s unique application is a response to the manual weapon zeroing processcurrently being used by armies and security forcesaround the world. This manual process is slow and requires a great deal of ammunition, making it expensive while not delivering a high level of accuracy. The new application developed by Double Shoot streamlines the zeroing process, making it significantly more efficient by saving 30-50% in training time and ammunition. Optimizing the entire process of shooter training, the application turns every shooting range into a smart shooting range.
Double Shoot utilizes data-based analysis within a restricted web interface in order to provide a wide spectrum of reports, not only to individuals and instructors, but to entire units, HQ and the staff levels. The system, intended for both military and police forces, works even when the smartphone is in airplane mode, and can be installed on both Android and iOS phones.
The company has been awarded a Certificate of Patent in Israel and has filed an international patent application.
According to BG (ret) Oren Avman, CO & CEO, “We are pleased to present our unique weapon zeroing solution at AUSA 2018. Designed for the military and law enforcement, this application – utilizing today’s most advanced technologies – is smart and easy to use. It reduces the amount of time and ammunition needed to properly zero weaponry by 30-50%, significantly lowering the costs and manpower required at shooting ranges, and immediately creating a smart shooting range out of any shooting range.”