Camero-Tech to supply life-saving search & rescue kits to Southeast Asian country

Fully equipped with Camero-Tech’s STTW radar imaging systems, the Search & Rescue kits will enable local National Search and Rescue Agency teams to detect lives in disaster scenarios such as earthquakes, Tsunami, and fire 

Camero-Tech to supply life-saving search & rescue kits to Southeast Asian country

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Camero-Tech, an Israeli company (member of SK Group), which focuses on developing, producing and marketing pulse-based UWB micro-power radar ‘Through Wall Imaging’ systems, has been selected to supply search & rescue kits to the national search & rescue agency of a major Southeast Asian country.

Fully equipped with Camero-Tech’s radar imaging systems, the kits will enable the search & rescue teams to detect human life in scenarios such as structural disasters, earthquakes, Tsunami, and fire events, in which timing is critical.

The compact kit is ready to be deployed in less than a minute upon arrival at the scene, enabling teams in the field to move agilely even in harsh environments, and to locate life under debris and collapsed buildings.

The kit contains the following Camero’s systems:

  • The XAVER 100™ is a compact, handheld detector and tracker that provides reliable primary information on the existence of live objects. It facilitates faster go/ no-go decision-making when searching in major disaster areas, such as collapsed buildings with many rooms and voids.
  • The XAVER 400TM is a compact radar-based device that provides accurate, real-time, mission-critical information on live and static objects, indicating their location within a structure. It also provides simultaneous detection of static and moving objects.
  • The XAVERNET™ is a remote wireless ToughPad that simultaneously controls and monitors up to four XAVER™ systems, enabling real-time visual data and data recording/ playback in multiple locations within the disaster area. It is the force multiplier that speeds up the process of finding survivors. The critical data can also be used for post-mission analysis and training.
  • All XAVERNET™ systems are completely radiation safe and meet international standards for human exposue. Together with various other unique components - including a dedicated sling for operations in deep voids and cavernous areas, and other accessories - all of this lifesaving equipment is contained in a lightweight, bright orange backpack and impact-resistant protective ccase, and can be customized to meet the specific needs of the team.

Camero's systems are deployed by military, law enforcement, search & rescue and ISR tactical teams in 50 countries worldwide. The XaverTM systems were successfully operated in the 2017 earthquake in Mexico City and managed to detect at least five living people under the debris.

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