Radar sensing technology isn’t new, but it’s yet to hit the mainstream in the security world. Based on radar waves, the technology was developed for military use around the 1940s, and soon started sneaking into other commercial markets.
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao announced that the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Integration Pilot Program (IPP), including the initiative in North Dakota, will begin its transition to a permanent program.
Ainstein, a provider of radar sensing solutions, announced two new products in its Ultra Long Range UAV radar series, the Ultra Long Range Airborne (ULAB-D1) and Ultra Long Range Ground-Based (ULGB-D1) radars, capable of precise detection more than 1,000 meters away, according to the company.
Axis Communications introduced its new AXIS D2050-VE Network Radar Detector. Radar technology is used for accurate and reliable area detection of moving objects in different light and weather conditions.
In conjunction with Black Sage Technologies, SpotterRF, a low-cost compact surveillance radar (CSR) provider is now shipping an exclusive UAVX system to detect and track unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) movement outside the perimeter.
Blighter Surveillance Systems, a British electronic-scanning (e-scan) radar and sensor solution provider, has been selected to supply its Blighter B400 Series e-scan radars to secure the perimeter of a strategic air base in the Middle East. The contract was awarded to Blighter by SDM’s 2014 Integrator of the Year, Unlimited Technology Inc., a security market systems integrator based in Chester Springs, Pa.
Honeywell, Louisville, Ky., recently announced new radar capabilities for its line of Vindicator security systems used to protect high-profile locations such as large commercial properties, government facilities and military installations. Honeywell’s Vindicator customers will have access to SpotterRF’s series of Compact Surveillance Radar systems, which can be used to detect intruders along perimeters when traditional ground surveillance radar systems are not practical.