Xaver AID (Airborne Imaging Drone)

Camero - a world leader and pioneer in the development and marketing of radar-based Through Wall systems - launched Xaver AID, Airborne Imaging Drone, an airborne structure-penetrating life detection system, at Milipol, Paris 2013. Camero expands into an exciting new area of operation - delivering life-saving situation awareness via a state-of-the-art UAV with through-roof detection-of-life capabilities. The Company will also present, for the first time at Milipol, the Xaver Net System – its new wireless communication platform for remote monitoring and control of the Xaver systems

The Xaver AID (Airborne Imaging Drone) is a tactical unmanned VTOL (Vertical Take Off and Landing) drone with the unique capability of providing remote real-time Non-Line-Of-Sight (NLOS) detection of life through the roof of a structure. The system utilizes Camero's unique, radar-based technology which has been extensively field-proven in the Xaver family of through-wall imaging systems. Xaver AID's additional optical payload provides a full situational awareness picture both through the structure and of the surrounding area, delivering a quick and tactical solution in urban environments. Xaver AID is designed for special forces, penetration forces, and intelligence and surveillance teams, solving logistical and safety issues, and allowing forces to 'step into the known'. The system reduces mission time, costs, and resources.

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