Ground Surveillance Doppler RADAR

Description : Doppler RADAR dedicated to border or site surveillance

Key features
  • 1 Applications :
    Border or site surveillance
    Homeland security
    Protection and law enforcement
  • 2 Detection of moving persons / vehicles
  • 3 Extreme lightweight and compact
    Man portable and easy to deploy
    Fully rugged
  • 4 Medium-range GSR
  • 5 High performance Clutter rejection
    Stealth operating mode
Description and applications


Sensor head:
Dimensions: 345mmx273mmx150mm
Weight: 6 Kg
Split design with clip-on no scanning antenna
I/O interface 10/100 Ethernet
Master control of auxiliary optronic sight
Master control of auxiliary pan&tilt

Technical Specifications:

- 2D Doppler Radar
Band X
40°x25° clip-on patch antenna
Average Power consumption <50W @24VDC

- Operating T° -30°C +55°C
Chock vibration 7G/1ms halfsine
IP 68


Crawling person: 2,5km (0,1m² SER)
Walking person: 4.5km (1m² SER)
Small moving vehicle : 8km (10m² SER)
Large moving vehicle : 13km (100m² SER)

Stealth : less than 10-7W/ Hertz
Dynamically adaptable PRF

Minimum detectable velocity: 0.3m/s
Maximum target per scan: 1000
False alarm rate: tunable as needed (standard 10-6 with 0.9 detection probability)

Automatic Laser Bird Repellent System

Description : A-TOM500 uses LORD INGENIERIE’s unique innovative laser technique to scare birds away.

Key features
  • 1 Automatic runway scanning, 24/7 non-stop operation
  • 2 Remote control and monitoring through ethernet or wireless connection
  • 3 Automatic proof of activity recording
  • 4 Scanning range : up to 2,600m ( 8,530 ft) of runway
  • 5 Laser Class 2M eye-safe certified.
Description and applications

A-TOM500 is the only bird repellent system that has been developed by specialized ornithologists for the aviation community.
By nature, birds are quite sensitive to visual signs. Field measurements demonstrate that birds are primarily sensitive to the green color.

With A-TOM500, birds perceive and actually see a big green stick coming towards them. The only choice to avoid this stick is to escape and fly away.

No bird habituation: there is no bird habituation to such visual technology. While a bird may get used to noise and sounds, it won’t ever try to test a stick blow. It’s the same reflex as a bird flying away as a car approaches.

No visual annoyance for pilots: the laser is not visible outside a 15-degree cone: approved by pilots during the 3 year real world testing on both civilian and military airports.