RGR-Velox: Powered by Military-Grade Hardware with a Long History in Detecting and Tracking Moving Targets
The debris flow from geohazards such as landslides, avalanches, tailings dam breaches and slope failures can quickly and easily threaten the safety of people, property and communities. For high-consequence, reactive monitoring of these geohazards, precision and reliability are the ultimate requirements.
The RGR-Velox comes after extensive collaboration with a global technology leader who specialise in innovative sensing solutions including advanced threat detection systems. The system is uniquely built on military-grade technology, not urban doppler technology, assuring its reliable and robust performance.
Our partner’s systems are not only used in mission-critical applications, but also for coastal naval monitoring, border security to detect breaches of national borders and boundaries and in many of the world’s airports for drone and intruder detection. They have a long history in successfully detecting and tracking moving targets spanning over four decades and the defence, government, industrial, marine and security industries.
Their military-grade hardware is combined with GroundProbe’s safety-critical software, alarming and systems. Those processing techniques, systems and smarts have never failed to detect a collapse. Together, the system provides unrivalled confidence.
Operates in All Weather Conditions
Built for rugged environments and long-term use, the radar and integrated camera can be left out in all weather and conditions without the need for shelters or housing.
Transmitting at a low frequency, the radar allows for better control of atmospherics and better penetration of rain – ensuring uninterrupted monitoring, even during rainfall.
No Moving Parts
The system uses electronic beam steering to direct the beam to every individual azimuth position without moving a single mechanical part. No moving parts are one of the ultimate requirements for reliability.
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