ShotAnalyzer is an evaluation and training software for coaches and shooters.
Prerequisite is a scatt (attention: not compatible with Scatt basic !!!)
ShotAnalyzer can be fully used by rifle shooters (air rifle and small-bore rifle 50m) as well as by pistol shooters. (Note: shooter view is not available yet for pistol shooters)
ShotAnalyzer is divided into two parts:
Evaluation and analysis
Training and shooting games
In the evaluation and analysis part, the Scatt values can be synchronized in real time with the actual shot fired onto an electronic target. No more manual corrections!
ShotAnalyzer offers new evaluation possibilities which are geared especially for the aiming process. The analysis is divided into 3 phases:
Approach / target approach - should occur slowly and from the same direction (preferably from the top and in a small band)
Aiming and shot - the hold area should be as small as possible; when the aiming picture is optimal for the first time, the shot should be fired cleanly
Follow-through - important for an optimal hit since it prevents the pellet from being influenced by sudden and premature movements
The training part currently offers 5 different games which have been developed especially so that shooters can improve their skills and have fun at the same time. With some games, concentrating on the perfect shot can be trained; others provide possibilities to train under competition conditions.
Frequently asked quesions
Prerequisites to be able to use ShotAnalyzer:
The evaluation and analysis part requires an electronic target system as well as a Scatt device
The training or games part requires an electronic target system, a Scatt device is not needed
Which electronic target systems are supported by ShotAnalyzer?
Polytronic (TG 6010 & TG 6050)
Häring / ESA
Which views are offered by the ShotAnalyzer evaluation mode?
(Note: currently only available for rifle shooters)
Distribution of the hold area
Which evaluation and analysis possibilities are offered by ShotAnalyzer?
ShotAnalyzer concentrates in general on the three phases of a shot: Approach, taking aim and follow-through For every phase, various values can be displayed or hidden – depending on whether they are needed for the current analysis or not. Furthermore, the zero position as well as the median approach line can be determined.
Which training opportunities are offered by ShotAnalyzer?
Additionally to the normal training (including competition training), ShotAnalyzer offers various games as well as a Bundesliga simulator for more variety and fun.
Bundesliga simulator: The shooter can compete against opponents who shot in a real competition in a ligue system.
Decimal: Special method to train in the new decimal mode.
Stay above: Special method to train staying above a defined minimal value.
Tennis: In single shots, the shooter should perform the same or better than an opponent.
Pyramid: The shooter has a maximum of 30 shots, counted in decimals, to remove the 15 pyramid stones.