Acoustiscore® Acoustic Scoring Systems

AcoustiscoreProvides realistic weapons training. Consisting of acoustic transducer sensors and a Data Reception Display Unit, the system senses the shock waves from passing projectiles and converts these waves into electronic signals for miss-distance measurement and display.

The DA-3 Strafe Scoring System enables pilots to determine automatic weapons firing accuracy. A typical strafe range utilizes four targets. When the projectiles penetrate a predetermined, adjustable scoring zone, a count is displayed and manually transmitted to the pilot.


  • Close Air Support / Fighter / Attack Aircraft
  • Helicopter Gunships

Projectile Sizes: 7.62 mm, 20 mm, 30 mm and larger

Maximum Scoring Rate: 15,000 rounds per minute

Maximum Scoring Error: +-5%

Scoring Area: 200 to 400 sq. ft.

Customers: Over 150 Model DA-3 air-to-ground strafe scoring systems are installed in the U.S. and in 20 free-world nations.

U.S. Navy (10)
U.S. Army (3)
U.S. Air Force (110)
Brazilian Air Force (7)
Canadian Air Force
Chilean Air Force
Chinese (Taiwan) Air Force
German Air Force
German Army
Israeli Air Force
Italian Air Force
Japanese Air Force

Kenyan Air Force
Korean Air Force
Korean Army
Portuguese Air Force
Royal Australian Air Force
Royal Australian Army
Royal Jordanian Air Force
Royal Saudi Air Force (2)
Royal Thai Air Force (4)
Singapore Air Force
Spanish Air Force
Tunisian Air Force