Managing separate leaderboards

AttackSense tracks top scores automatically and separates them for each type of round, this is great for keeping track of leaderboards and with the ShooterID cloud allows your shooters to keep track of their positions while away from the range.

But what if you need to separate pistol from rifle, or want a separate table for juniors so they don't get disheartened being 75th on the leaderboard below your regulars? That's now easily managed, by creating a custom difficulty level and saving it you can decide whether top scores for that difficulty are tracked alongside the main table or in their own separate table.

All you have to do is to choose the round type and a base difficulty level. Then by choosing "customise" you can set the level up exactly how you want, then press the disk icon at the top right. Now, when you save the difficulty you are asked whether to track top scores separately. When you want to use that top scores table, just make sure the shooter or range officer chooses that difficulty from the selector.

If you want to go a step further and make sure that nobody can mess with the settings for that table, just lock the app with a password in the App Settings menu and users are unable to modify any difficulty parameters for that custom difficulty.

Easy creation of ShooterID cards

Create ShooterID cards from the AttackSense Commander app

ShooterID is a great way of enabling repeat visitors to a range to recall their profile to continue training. This allows the AttackSense Commander app to log shooting history against users and track progress across repeat visits.

The core of ShooterID is a QR code that uniquely identifies the shooter, but can also carry additional information like the shooter's name and callsign or their preferred difficulty level. By scanning this code at the start of a session, AttackSense allows the shooter to be easily selected during that session If multiple shooters are using the same range. This ensures all round history for the shooter's session is stored in the database, allowing the shooter to recall previous rounds and view their performance over time.

Until now, ShooterID codes could either be used by the samples given with each system or by using the ShooterID app, making access to ShooterID not always possible. Now, the AttackSense Commander app is capable of generating physical cards that can be printed on any laser or inkjet printer, or can generate files that can be given to a card printer to produce personalised cards that are professionally printed. This allows sites and ranges to provide ShooterID cards to each new user or to enrol ShooterID into their site membership programme.

Access to ShooterID card production is through the main app settings menu, where the ShooterID cards can be selected either as a PDF comprising 10 pages ( 100 cards ) or as a CSV file for personalisation. Currently cards are printed using a default template, but in the future we will support standard Avery product templates. If the site logo is uploaded into the app, then as well as presenting the logo in the Top Scores tables, ShooterID cards are also personalised with the logo too.

The benefits of using ShooterID are growing constantly, as AttackSense continues to log more actionable statistics against shooters and incorporates more competitive capabilities into the app, so incorporating ShooterID into your registration process is a worthwhile activity, and ensures users get the most out of your system, and are more likely to return to advance their skills.