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AUSA 2012: FLIR unveils mobile surveillance system

22nd October 2012 - 23:07 GMT | by Tony Skinner in Washington, DC


FLIR Systems used the AUSA exhibition to publicly unveil its Mobile Surveillance Capability (MSC) vehicle-based long range detection system.

Developed in conjunction with US Customs and Border Protection, the MSC incorporates the TacFLIR 380-HD sensor, Elta Ground master radar and FLIR’s CommandSpace Adaptive C2 software.

FLIR was recently awarded a $26 million production contract for an undisclosed number of MSC units, under a $100 million contracting mechanism signed in 2010, with deliveries due to begin in March.

A FLIR spokesman said the company was in discussions with Kenya and Qatar for possible export of the system.

He noted that the

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Tony Skinner


Tony Skinner

Tony Skinner is Shephard Media's Creative Director, overseeing the strategic direction, content development and project …

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