EchoGuard radar Black Sage Technologies
Echodyne’s EchoGuard security radar has been selected by Black Sage Technologies for mid-range C-UAS security, the company announced on 6 March.
The EchoGuard radar provides UAS detection, tracking, classification and identification in multi-sensor arrays.
When integrated into multi-sensor arrays, the radar reliably cues other sensors for rapid object identification and potential mitigation.Echodyne’s MESA technology creates a small ESA radar with high-fidelity data output for security integrators that require advanced range, detection and tracking accuracy, and consistent sensor performance. The company’s patented technology delivers a high-performance radar in a compact, solid-state format for security integrators delivering multi-sensor ground and airspace security solutions for industry, government and defence.
Dave Romero, managing partner of Black Sage, said: ‘Black Sage integrates best-of-breed technologies into multi-sensor C-UAS solutions, which we uniquely configure for each deployment. Echodyne radars are the market leader for mid-range requirements and provide consistent, high quality sUAS detection and tracking.’
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