With the laser system developed by two university students, the enemy bullet will be detected after it comes out of the barrel.

With the laser system developed by two university students, the enemy bullet will be detected after it comes out of the barrel. With the project developed by two students studying at Yıldız Technical (YTU) and Middle East Technical (METU) Universities, enemy fire will be detected with lasers. With the system, which will play an important role in the points where enemy fire is coming on the border, it is possible to detect where the bullet came from in a short time like a second during sudden raids and to respond. With the Enemy Fire Recognition System, a solution was created to one of the problems experienced in border posts. The new system will also play an important role in harassing the border troops, which has come to the fore with the civil war in Syria recently.

IT WILL DETECT A BULLET IN THE AIR

The system works with two separate laser curtains capable of pinpointing to be placed one after the other. It detects the bullet passing through it in the area in the form of a gateway (window). The direction of the bullet, which passes through two separate laser curtains one after the other, is determined linearly. The points detected on the laser curtains are transferred to the computer environment and projected into the coordinate system, and the trajectory of the bullet is determined. Then, thanks to the system placed on the watchtowers, the area where the fire was opened is illuminated and the military personnel are informed about the location of the attack in a short time like a second.

FROM SOFTWARE TO DEFENSE SYSTEM

The way in which two successful students produced the system drew attention. Two students developed the Enemy Fire Recognition System, inspired by laser curtains for detecting faulty or holed cans in soft drink factories. Yıldız Technical University Ship Machinery Management Engineering student Furkan Kutluca stated that they created the system after about 1.5 years. Expressing that the system can be implemented at a cost of approximately 25 thousand liras, Kutluca stated that it will be ready in a short time if financial support arrives. Kutluca also thanked his professors from Yıldız Technical University and Middle East Technical University, who supported them throughout the project.
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