Homeland Security

Surveillance-to-Intelligence: Radar S2I Networks

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Great progress has been made since 2007, when Frontline Security first reported on radar surveillance technology designed for use in homeland by public safety organizations, whose responsibilities include border security, search and rescue, transportation security, and law enforcement. Operational needs for technology to enable smarter, intelligence-lead operations, have been clearly articulated.  In response, affordable Surveillance-to-Intelligence™… Continue Reading

Accipiter one of DRDC 20 new Technology Projects

Defence Research and Development Canada is announcing 20 new science and technology projects as part of an approximately $14.5 million investment under the Canadian Safety and Security Program. All projects are built on a model of partnership $14.5 million investment under the Canadian Safety and Security Program. All projects are built on a model of… Continue Reading

Accipiter® Radars in first North American ATC Tower

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Accipiter Radar announced today another first for its Accipiter® line of software-definable radars at Toronto City Airport (TCCA). Recently, Accipiter completed the installation and approval of a custom-developed application that provides automated alerts to controllers when targets of concern enter the marine exclusion zones that could conflict with take-offs and landings.  The Accipiter® application integrates… Continue Reading

Accipiter Partners with RCMP – Wins Federal Funding

Accipiter Radar Technologies Inc. (Accipiter) in partnership with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) has been awarded $200,000 to lead a study to examine the feasibility of using radar networks for surveillance on the St. Lawrence River and the Great Lakes. The Honourable Peter Gordon MacKay, Minister of National Defence and Minister for the Atlantic… Continue Reading