Home Defense To better detect and monitor ground-based unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), Thales has unveiled the Ground Observer 20 Multi-Mission Radar.

To better detect and monitor ground-based unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), Thales has unveiled the Ground Observer 20 Multi-Mission Radar.

by Mahua Special Editor

For force protection, Thales has unveiled a new multi-mission radar based on a ground station that can simultaneously monitor the ground and low-level air, allowing for the early detection of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) such as micro-drones.

Single-mode multi-mission radar, the Ground Observer 20 Multi-Mission for the continuous 360-degree 3D detection, tracking, and categorization of the entire a broad range of potential threats UAVs and helicopters operating in the low-level airspace, as well as rebels, are all potential threats.

Whether on foot or in a weaponized vehicle, all threats are detected at the same time. Effective Counter-UAV (C-UAV) tactics require critical seconds to be gained by means of radar troops in camps, on the march, and in combat are all protected by the fortifications. The GO20 MM provides continuous 360° 3D coverage for a wide range of threats in the field. The radar scans a vast area in 3D at high update rates, allowing early detection and automatic categorization of long-range drones, giving C-UAVs valuable seconds’ measures.

It saves time for operators to decide whether or not to respond. Asymmetrical warfare or high-density battle. Acquiring a rapid scenario picture is tactical. The GO20 MM’s six-pack battery provides hours of continuous situational awareness and excellent levels of protection. The GO20 MM is particularly silent due to Thales’ decision not to use a generator transportable, ensuring mission success

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