Jeffrey Scott Eyster, Age 61115 W Main St, Ogden, IN 46148

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115 W Main St, Knightstown, IN 46148 (317) 439-0764

35 W Main St, Knightstown, IN 46148

3131 Lawndale Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46224

Batesville, IN

Camby, IN

Oldenburg, IN

Henry, IN

58 White Oak Dr, Batesville, IN 47006 (812) 932-0180

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Position: Professional/Technical


Degree: Associate degree or higher

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Principles Systems Engineer

Indianapolis, IN
Defense & Space
Principles Systems Engineer
Raytheon Technical Services Company
Principles Systems Engineer
Integration, Security Clearance, Requirements Management, Process Improvement, Earned Value Management, Aerospace, Program Management, Systems Engineering, Dod, Engineering Management, Configuration Management, Six Sigma, Defense
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Jeffrey Eyster

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Dynamic Pointing Accuracy Evaluation System And Method Used With A Gun That Fires A Projectile Under Control Of An Automated Fire Control System

US Patent:
6973865, Dec 13, 2005
Dec 12, 2003
Appl. No.:
Uldis Duselis - Indianapolis IN, US
Jeffrey Scott Eyster - Camby IN, US
Jesica Renee DeHerdt - Indianapolis IN, US
Michael Frederick Hampton - Zionsville IN, US
Raytheon Company - Waltham MA
International Classification:
US Classification:
89 4105, 89 4117, 434 19
A dynamic pointing accuracy evaluation system is used in conjunction with a weapon system that includes a gun that fires a projectile from a barrel toward a target. The firing of the projectile occurs upon receipt of a shoot command from an automated fire control system that is activated by a firing command generated by a gunner viewing the target through a gun sight. The dynamic pointing accuracy evaluation system includes a firing-image camera mounted to a barrel of the gun and aimed parallel to a boresight of the gun. A photo trigger command line transmits a photo trigger command from the fire control system to the firing-image camera. The firing-image camera produces a firing image upon receipt of the photo trigger command. A computer receives the firing image and determines a calculated strike location from the firing image and from a range of the gun to the target.

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