Search and rescue
Coastal surveillance and law enforcement

Description : Surveillance and situation awareness for patrol boat
Key features
  • 1 Panoramic day night surveillance
  • 2 State of the art sensor
  • 3 Gyro stabilization
  • 4 Automatic detection and geolocalization of target
  • 5 Real-time video tracking
  • 6 Integrated searchlight
  • 7 Easy to deploy
  • 8 Inter-operability with BARIER™ system
Description and applications

The gyro-stabilized sensor head NOCTUA is dedicated to be installed on patrol boat, for surveillance or rescue missions.

Its two day-and-nigth cameras allow a permanent operating.

The automatic detection, the gyro-stabilization of the head, and the real-time video traking, make it possible to hang the target and not lose it any more, whatever the movements of the boat.

An integrated searchlight illuminates the target for bringing the sign of its location.

Applications :
_Search and rescue
_ Coastal surveillance and law enforcement (smuggling, immigration, ...)

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.