SRC radar secures G7 Summit
SRC's AN/TPQ-49 radar was deployed by the Canadian armed forces to provide air surveillance for the 2018 G7 Summit in Charlevoix, Quebec, the company announced on 31 January.
The AN/TPQ-49 with LSTAR air surveillance software provides 360°, 3D electronic scanning capabilities to detect and track airborne targets such as UAS, fixed and rotary wing aircraft, ultralights, paragliders and hang gliders.
Paul Tremont, president and CEO of SRC, said: ‘SRC is proud to support our allies in the vital mission to protect dignitaries and world leaders during events like the G7 summit. These VIP events require advanced security and we are ready and willing to provide our innovative technologies to help keep America and its allies safe and strong.’
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