Cobhams' unattended ground sensor comprising multiple video cameras and communications link.
A brief photo-report highlighting some of the new devices on display at the Milipol 2013 exhibition. All photos: Tamir Eshel, Defense-Update.
Milipol 2013 provided an opportunity to address some of the trends highlighting the interests in current offerings.
Non lethal weapons are now being introduced onto various weapon stations, one is seen here on a PVP vehicle.
Beretta unveils the new I-Protect System
A family of security vehicles lined up at Milipol’s main halls
The French company Surveycopter displayed several unmanned systems at Milipol, one of them is this compact helicopter carrying a lightweight EO payload developed by the company. The other was a new hovering platform designed for operations indoors.
Dubbed ‘Roll & Fly’, this micro-UAV was designed by Surveycopter for indoor surveillance. It can fly on a mission 15 minute long, carrying a 0.5 kg payload.
Camero unveiled at Milipol 2013 a new variant of the Xaver 100 wall penetrating radar, configured as a UAV payload. The new payload can penetrate ceiling, providing synthesized view of occupants or objects inside the room. Named Xaver Autonomous Imaging Drone AID 100, the new sensor can be carried by standard quadcopters, controlled by remove via Xaver AID 400 ground station. Covering an arc of 120 degrees, the payload penetrates up to 20 meter into the room below. The payload weighs 3.8 kg.
Cobham demonstrated here a complete range of ground sensors, including gunshot detector and various EO cameras. (below)
Cobhams’ unattended ground sensor comprising multiple video cameras and communications link.
A camouflages sniper suite and special operations operatives’ full combat suit displayed at TAR Ideal booth at Milipol.
A new line of personal protection kits emphasizing design, low weight and improved ballistic tolerance. A close up view of the Eyedrive C-EOD payload
Netline from Israel introduced here a number of systems from its newly launched interceptor line, in this photo, the cellular interceptor is displayed. The company also provided the cellular interceptor and Wi-Fi interceptors, enabling government agencies and military users to tap information from wireless or wireline systems.
Wolffleet from China introduced here a wide range of RF jammers, from the largest, powerful systems for VIP vehicle protection, to the latest man-portable multi-band jammer.