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AUSA 2021: Interest grows in sense-through-wall radar

13th October 2021 - 14:00 GMT | by Wilder Alejandro Sanchez in Washington DC


POLR-1 sense-through-wall radar display as seen at AUSA 2021. (Photo: Wilder Alejandro Sanchez)

Radar technology has the capability to sense the presence of stationary or mobile adversaries concealed behind walls or other non-metallic structures.

The US subsidiary of the Czechoslovak Group (CSG) presented its Presence of Life Radar v.1 (POLR-1) system at the AUSA defence exhibition in Washington DC on 11-13 October.

A company representative from CSG USA explained to Shephard that there is growing interest from various defence and law enforcement agencies in systems to detect stationary or mobile targets behind walls or non-metallic barriers.

Similar systems have been developed elsewhere by companies such as Iceni Labs in the UK and Camero-Tech in Israel.

POLR-1 can be utilised in combat scenarios (such as urban warfare) to enable troops to see who is

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Wilder Alejandro Sanchez


Wilder Alejandro Sanchez

Wilder Alejandro Sánchez is an analyst who covers defense & security, geopolitical, and trade issues …

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