Last Update February 19, 2019


  • Electrical, Electronics & Electro-optics
  • Training & Simulation

Polytronic International AG,  facilities in Muri include the administration building, workshops, warehouse and three shooting ranges for test purposes.

Experience comes with time and practise of which POLYTRONIC has had plenty. Our first electronic hit scoring system was born in a garage in the suburbs of Zurich in 1966 when the company‘s founder, a physicist, set out to reduce the time spent checking the 300m targets after each shooter had completed his series.

In 1978, after a number of years in use by sports shooters in several European countries, our 300m system was used for the first time in international competition at the Shooting World Cup in Seoul, Korea. This success created a demand from military and police forces for similar equipment with ever greater capabilities. Working closely with the world‘s training and strategy experts we developed a series of electronic systems especially for their unique training requirements. At the same time we learnt to design ranges with maximum versatility and the highest possible safety factors. Our team of experts now regularly designs Marksmanship Training Ranges, Close Quarter Battle Ranges and customer specific indoor and outdoor live fire shooting ranges.


Alongside developments for sport shooters more robust mechanisms were designed and built for the world's security forces. The military required longer distances for sniper training, their tank divisions needed moving targets; the police wanted friend/foe targets for discrimination and reaction training; so we continued to develop mechanisms and control systems with ever greater capabilities.

Interactive training is now a “must have” for all modern security forces; again Polytronic systems provide the solution. We offer realistic, flexible and economic solutions tailored to each user’s specific requirements; modular design means easier maintenance and reduced spare parts inventory.

The acquisition of the ADI Intellectual Property in 2002 added several new factors to our range including the addition of solar energy; where practical, this makes our equipment extremely environmentally friendly.

POLYTRONIC’S Location Of Miss And Hit (LOMAH) system has proved to be the most consistently accurate tool of its kind. Originally limited to 90° shooting, we have added an entirely new version for angle shooting, designed for use with both infantry and armour targets on movers.

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Polytronic International AG

  • Pilatusstrasse 12, 5630, Muri, Switzerland
  • +41 (0)56 675 99 11
  • +41 (0)56 675 99 12
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