Smart Shot: Electronic Target with Smartphone Application

Publication Year:
2015
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Repository URL:
http://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/eesp/330
Author(s):
Pickett, Tyler Stuart; Hutchinson, Taylor Jacob
Tags:
Electronic Target; Target Shooting; Gun; Acoustic; Application; Electrical and Electronics; Other Electrical and Computer Engineering
article description
The objective of this project is to develop an electronic system for recreational shooters that functions as a target with real-time feedback. The system provides a user-friendly alternative to paper targets and expensive competition scoring systems. One of the largest challenges presented by this project is balancing cost, durability, and sensitivity. The scope of this project includes the design and implementation of a target assembly, an electronic system, and a smartphone application.The system is comprised of three main modules: the target, the control module, and the smartphone app. The electronic target communicates wirelessly with the smartphone via Bluetooth. Once the shot information has been sent, the app receives the data and stores it for retrieval and analysis. The app also retrieves and logs environmental data through the www.worldweatheronline.com free API.