The Israeli SK Group is broadening its defense technology companies portfolio with the acquisition of Camero-Tech Ltd., a world pioneer in Sense-Through-The-Wall (STTW) solutions. Camero will continue to operate under its original name. Amir Beeri, CEO of Camero-Tech welcome the acquisition: “cooperation with the other SK Group companies combined with the groups’ proven capabilities, will undoubtedly contribute towards Camero’s continued growth and consolidation as a world leader in its field.“ he said.

Camero is offering the Xaver 800 for through the wall sensing, the radar can identify, track and measure distance to occupants behind walls, alerting assault teams before entering the room. Photo: Noam Eshel, defense-Update
Founded in 2004, Camero has developed the Xaver line of portable and hand-held STTW systems, for law enforcement, SWAT and special operations applications. Xaver Utilizes advanced micropower radar technology, providing assault teams with real-time situational awareness for urban operations, enabling users to observe multiple stationary and moving objects concealed behind walls or barriers.

The SK Group includes a number of Israel based defense companies. The largest one is Israel Shipyards, builder of the Shaldag fast patrol boat and Saar IV missile boat. The other companies are all focused on small arms for military, law enforcement and special operations, including the small arms manufacturer Israel Weapons Industries (IWI), weapon sight manufacturer Meprolight (1990) Ltd. laser rangefinder and night vision specialist Pulse Inteco Systems Ltd. and Uni-Scope, providing vehicle-mounted episcopes and hand held and periscopes. Camero-Tech is expected to fit well within the group, given significant market reach already provided by IWI and Meprolight.

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