• Choirur Rozikin STTAL
  • Fifin Kurnianto STTAL
  • Ahmadi Ahmadi STTAL
  • Mohammad Syaifi STTAL


Image processing shooter-based Information System is very useful for STTAL, which has a vision
to become a center for the development of defense science and technology in the field of military,
maritime and reliable seas at the regional level in realizing the independence of the main weapons
STTAL has the mission of organizing higher education programs to produce human resources
with Indonesian character and personality, based on science and technology that are of high quality and
relevant to the defense needs of the military, maritime and marine departures. In carrying out its duties as
an educational institution, STTAL also carries out its obligations as the Indonesian National Army. So with
that STTAL often hold short barrel or pistol shooting exercises. In a series of short barrel or pistol
shooting activities, each process of recording values is still carried out visually, that is by looking directly
at the target and counting manually, so that it takes a lot of members of the shooting committee and takes
a long time in recording values. We design a application of image processing information system based
shots which can be used in shooting exercises to facilitate all members in carrying out shooting exercises
at STTAL. In this application the shooter can see firsthand the value of the shot obtained so that it can
concentrate fully in carrying out a shooting exercise. In this application also makes it easy for the head of
the shooting committee to make a report to the commander quickly and accurately, for the commander to
see first hand the results of the shooting practice and it's easy to take a decision on shooting practice.
Keywords: Value Marker, Shooting, Image Process.

How to Cite
ROZIKIN, Choirur et al. DESIGN OF SHOOTING SCORE RECORDING INFORMATION SYSTEM BASED ON IMAGE PROCESSING. JOURNAL ASRO, [S.l.], v. 9, n. 1, p. 136-141, sep. 2018. ISSN 2722-5763. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 17 oct. 2021. doi:
Value Marker, Shooting, Image Process