DeTect, Inc has received an order from the Texas A&M Corpus Christi Lone Star Center of Excellence in UAS (TAMUCC LS) for an initial six-month rental of a mobile HARRIER S200d BVLOS unit.
“The trailered system is fully self-contained with an extendable 55 ft radar tower and on-board power and computer systems,” said the company. “The units will be used to support beyond visual line-of-sight drone operations at the TAMUCC LS UAS range and includes a purchase option.”
The company also recently announced it has produced its largest and longest-range radar – the HARRIER BAR300 – with an extended range for aircraft detection of 30+ nautical miles.
“The BAR(TM) series radar is an X-band, solid-state air and marine surveillance radar in development by DeTect since 2021 for extended range airspace security, drone operation beyond visual line-of-sight (BVLOS), Aircraft Detection Lighting System (ADLS), bird monitoring and long-range coastal surveillance applications,” said DeTect. “The first production article is now in final certification testing at DeTect’s R&D range in Florida and is expected to be available on the market by the end of the second quarter 2023.”
“With this radar, DeTect now offers a full range of 2D and 3D radars from small, lightweight, short-range units to large, long-range radars, allowing DeTect to deliver ‘The Right Radar for the Job”, said Gary W. Andrews, DeTect’s President and CEO.
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