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EO/IR Surveillance Improving Aviation Safety in Airports

An automated bird detection system based on the Israeli Spider persistent surveillance system has been tested by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to improve the capability to detect and track bird activity near airports. A derivative of the system can also detect foreign objects and debris (FOD) on runways and taxiways.

Elbit Systems unveils a new foliage penetrating radar

Elbit Systems unveiled today a foliage penetrating radar that provides effective persistent surveillance through dense vegetation, forests and jungle. The non rotating radar is used in fixed or temporary installations, as part of perimeter or border protection systems.

Unattended Ground Sensor Combines Radar & Imaging Camera into Persistent Ground...

Seraphim has integrated the Elta EL/M-2112 radar with its Mini Unattended Ground Imager (MUGI) to deliver what it calls the 'Ultimate Gap Filler' (UGF) designed to plug uncovered areas in a highly protected perimeter. Photo: Seraphim
Seraphim has introduced an advanced, persistent ground sensor comprising a radar and imaging sensor claimed to provide the Ultimate Gap Filler (UGF) for border protection and persistent surveillance of targets of interest in complex terrain.

Better Force Protection

In the past 10 years force protection has been at the focus, as the military invested tens of billions of dollars buying anything that...

US Air Force Deflates the Blue Devil II Airship

The US Air Force has decided to terminate the Blue Devil II Airship (BD2) project. Air Force representatives have given the prime contractor, MAV6 LLC, notice to discontinue work on the program due to unacceptable performance and recurring failures to meet minimum operating standards.

Elbit Systems Invests in an Israeli Micro-Sensor Company

Elbit Systems is investing up to $18 million in 'Pearls of Wisdom Advanced Technologies', an Israeli start-up developer of micro-sensors, used for persistent intelligence...

ITT Introduces a New Wide Area Airborne Surveillance (WAAS) Capabilities

ITT is introducing new Wide Area Airborne Surveillance (WAAS) sensor architecture and a special WAAS payload at the AUVSI 2010 exhibition opened today in Denver,...

Autonomous Real-time Ground Ubiquitous Surveillance-Imaging System (ARGUS-IS)

The U.S. Air Force awarded BAE Systems about US$50 million contract to deliver high-resolution, wide area infra-red persistent surveillance system. BAE has been developing...

The New Generation of Persistent Wide Area Motion Video Surveillance (WAMI)...

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is moving forward with groundbreaking programs providing the warfighter persistent, wide area coverage of large areas, enabling...

Persistent Surveillance & ISR at AUSA 2009

AUSA, Washington DC, October 2009: Persistent surveillance is another field of improvement for the U.S. Army. Current assets, including aerial and vehicle mounted stabilized EO...

Night Eyes for the Constant Hawk – Opening the night for...

BAE Systems has delivered the first Airborne, Wide Area Persistent Surveillance System (AWAPSS) to the U.S. Army, addressing an urgent need for improving persistent...

Raven Small UAV Demonstrates Persistent Surveillance Capability on a 30 Hour...

Attached to the forward echelons and operated by the troops, Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (SUAV) have become a common element of support to the...

Army Deploys 300th RAID Tower, Supporting Forward Base Protection by Persistent...

Over 300 Rapid Aerostat Initial Deployment (RAID) towers and over 60 'blimp' systems have been deployed as part of the Persistent Surveillance and Dissemination...

Broad Area Persistent Surveillance System

The Broad Area Persistent Surveillance System, an advanced ISR application covering a wide area with imaging sensors is being developed by ITT for area...
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