US Army to Enhance Cerberus Security Sensor Towers

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ICx New Heights, a business unit of ICx Technologies, has been awarded a contract by the United States Army to develop short-, mid- and long-range security sensor platforms based on the Army's Cerberus unmanned mobile security towers.

These towers will be equipped with additional sensor and surveillance systems, including a security operating system to monitor and control sensors, imagers and power systems both on the tower and dispersed remotely over a wide spectrum of ranges. The Cerberus platforms will also be equipped with alternative power options and enhanced resistance to harsh external environments. Cerberus provides a fully customizable mobile sensor tower suitable for rapid deployment wherever unmanned surveillance or communication is required.


 


 

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