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The Target Tracker can be steered forward and in reverse, reaching speeds up to 9 mph.
The FCS consisted of the following major components: combined gunner's day/night sight, commander's panoramic sight, high-precision armament stabilizer, digital ballistic computer with sensor package and IR automatic target tracker (Fig.
These tests demonstrated automatic fire control and launch, vertical launch from a canister, automatic cruise at low altitude, control by the operator to maneuver the missile trajectory manually during the cruise mode, operator detection of the target, lock-on and terminal engagement of a moving tank target, and the utility of the digital multimode target tracker.
The aided target tracker also guides the missile for the first 3.
Engineers within Plextek's Blighter development team at Great Chesterford, Essex, England, needed a cost effective and robust software based radar target tracker that could be optimised for Blighter radars to track radar targets and provide the operator with target track ID, heading and speed.
The targeting FLIR sensor has three fields of view, an electronic zoom, an improved target tracker, and auto-boresight.
An optional target tracker called BlighterTrack allows the operators to see the path travelled by the intruders and at the same time filters out unwanted radar detections from wildlife and wind-blown vegetation.
Added to this are missile target trackers and aircraft nose applications which compound the market opportunity.