SK Group acquires Camero-Tech
SK Group has announced that it has acquired Sense-Through-The-Wall (STTW) solutions provider, Camero-Tech. According to SK Group, the company will continue to be operated under the name Camero.
Camero is most well-known for its Xaver STTW system. Xaver provides warfighters with real-time situational awareness for urban operations, enabling users to observe multiple stationary and moving objects concealed behind walls or barriers, contributing immensely to the forces' safety. The system utilises advanced micropower radar technology, offering a unique tactical solution for a variety of military, law enforcement and homeland security applications.
According to SK Group, the acquisition of Camero, founded in 2004, will strengthen the capabilities of the existing portfolios of both groups.
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