This invention relates to the system for recognising the position and orientation of a moving object on a training range, where the position and orientation of a moving object are recognized with the help of statically positioned point sources of electromagnetic waves of specific band B wavelength, which are distributed at a specific distance from each other in the training range, and a dynamic camera positioned on a moving object that can detect electromagnetic waves in the wavelength B area. The system also includes a computer system, which gives information on the position and orientation of the moving object in the training range via an appropriate module in real-time. More specifically, the invention relates to army training ranges and gives real-time information on the global position of the objects within the training range and information on the position and direction of the aiming weapon. The object inside the training range can represent a trainee who holds a weapon on which the camera is mounted in such a way that it is facing in the same direction as the weapon. The band B wavelength of EM waves is in the IR spectrum and the point sources of EM waves are point sources of infrared (IR) radiation, preferably an IR diode.