Magos Systems will introduce its new drone detection radar system at GSX 2023, taking place 11 – 13 September in Dallas, Texas.
According to the company, its AR-300 Drone Detection Radar provides a 24/7 holistic approach to countering the threat of drones by encompassing detection, classification, locating, tracking and instant alerting.
Magos says its MASS+AI technology not only identifies the presence of drones but can also classify birds, reducing nuisance alarms and enabling security teams to differentiate between true threats and irrelevant targets.
Furthermore, the system’s ability to locate and track drones in real time ensures precise threat assessment.
Alerts are issued via the clients’ video management system (VMS), empowering security personnel to respond effectively to potential security breaches.
The Magos AR-300 Drone Detection Radar provides close-range aerial protection of >300m for miniature drones or larger and 360-degree airspace area coverage with a radius of 300m using four AR-300 radars and one PTZ camera.
Designed for optimal performance under all weather and lighting conditions, Magos says its radar technology also significantly reduces false and nuisance alarms generated by poor environmental conditions or misidentification of detected objects.
Its low power, low bandwidth communications and small size allow for minimal site requirements and cost-effective pricing.
“As the threats from drones and other sources continue to grow, organizations of all types are beginning to understand the unique benefits of ground-based radar drone detection,” said Yaron Zussman, General Manager, Magos Americas.
Visit booth #4273 to find out more.