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LAAD 2013: Brazilian special forces get through-wall imagers

11th April 2013 - 19:19 GMT | by Tim Fish in Rio de Janeiro

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Brazilian Army special forces units will receive the XAVER 4000 tactical through-wall imaging system built by Camero, an Israeli radar-based imager manufacturing company.

Speaking at the LAAD exhibition, Hagay Keller, Camero VP for sales and marketing, told Shephard that the company was also involved in a tender in Argentina further expanding the company’s presence in the continent. It already provides XAVER systems to 25 countries including Colombia and Mexico.

The value of the contract and numbers of systems could not be disclosed due to commercial confidentiality, but Keller said that it was chosen by the Brazilian special forces because it

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