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DRONE-RAD: Passive/Active Radar for Drone and Surface Monitoring and Control

Posted by Roman Grzonka

Automotive, Transport & Logistics | Smart Cities

CYBERVECTOR LIMITED

DCMS 5G CREATE AREA OF FOCUS

DRONE-RAD: Passive/Active Radar for Drone and Surface Monitoring and Control

A radar system for the detection and tracking of air and surface targets in urban, sub-urban and open environments

The system can operate as a purely passive radar that makes use of radio transmissions from any source, e.g., 5G telecoms …

Or a system integral to telecoms systems

WHAT WE CAN SPECIFICALLY OFFER TO A DCMS 5G CREATE CONSORTIUM

Innovative Algorithms, Hardware and Data Services

Small flat panel radar system, sizes similar to Smart Phone or larger size depending on task

Detect, track and image by radar all targets

Integrated situational 3-D maps of traffic space fusing all data sources including DRONE-RAD, CCTV, GNSS, Websites and WebCam outputs

WHAT WE CAN GENERALLY OFFER TO A PARTNERSHIP

Complete technology and product life cycle development from TRL1 to TRL9

Innovation in sensor concepts, signal and data processing algorithms, advanced hardware integration and Big Data services

Transportation profits and efficiency by traffic safety, security and energy management

WHAT WE REQUIRE FROM A PARTNERSHIP

Visionary investment partners to capitalise on DRONE-RAD profit generating prospects

Telecommunication technology operators and manufacturers to integrate DRONE-RAD into their products and systems

National and City administrators to incorporate DRONE-RAD in their testbeds and visions for their citizens wellbeing and success

CONTACT DETAILS

Care Of: Dr Roman Grzonka
T: +44(0) 7954 692 295
E: roman0164@cybervector.co.uk
W: http://www.cybervector.co.uk

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