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Logos sensors get posted

18th July 2016 - 12:00 GMT | by Tim Fish in London


A new hostile fire detection system that combines acoustic and electro-optical sensors to locate incoming munitions is being introduced by Logos Technologies.

The system – called Serenity – is being trialled by US forces following the completion of tests over the past few months. New kits are being provided to allow the system to be fitted to warning posts and towers as well as to blimps or aerostats.

Doug Rombough, VP of business development at Logos, which develops Wide Area Motion Imagery (WAMI) systems, told Shephard that using both optical and acoustic sensors ‘significantly’ cuts down the rate of false

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Tim Fish


Tim Fish

Tim Fish is a special correspondent for Shephard Media. Formerly the editor of Land Warfare …

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