Forms Core of 360° C-UAS Capability
Noology NA, a Florida-based startup, has begun full commercial development of its Spherical View Radar (SVR), following successful demonstrations of its patent-pending bi-static radar technology, the company announced on 18 August. An initial batch of systems is currently scheduled to ship in January.
A revolutionary counter-drone and UTM surveillance radar capable of detecting, tracking and identifying small, stealthy, autonomous an uncooperative drones with unmatched sensitivity – even in densely cluttered environments, SVR features a true spherical field of view – 360° in both azimuth and elevation – with no ‘cone of silence.’ Small airborne targets with radar cross-section of as little as .001 sqm can be detected and tracked, with target accuracy of 1 m3, from 3-3,000m, 24/7 and in all weather conditions. Low-slow-small (LSS) targets can be detected at altitudes from 1m at speeds ranging from stationary to 500 km/h; the compact, easy to install and safe to operate system will track up to 100 targets simultaneously at target separations down to 0.5m.