Phased Array Doppler Radar
TrackMan™ uses a sophisticated phased array Doppler radar to measure the ball flight. The same technology is used in military applications for the purpose of tracking projectiles and missiles. The radar continuously transmits radio signals that experience a change in frequency, when they bounce off a moving object. This change in frequency is then translated into a velocity. By using multiple receivers the system is able to measure the exact 3D positions during the entire ball flight.
Based on thousands of shots being tracked throughout the entire ball flight ISG has developed a ground-breaking ball flight model, which amongst others take into account spin decay and the sophisticated aerodynamics that influences ball flight.
With a TrackMan™ Home Studio you therefore feed extremely accurate club swing and ball launch parameters into an extremely accurate ball flight model to give you an unparalleled accuracy.
During operation TrackMan™ emits an extremely low amount of microwave energy – 200 times less than a cellular phone.
TrackMan™ is both FCC and CE approved and is approved by TELEC for use in Japan.