Gamekeeper 16U, based on our unique Holographic Radar technology, is optimised for the detection of small Unmanned Air Systems (sUAS) in 3 dimensions at a range of up to 7.5 km.
The Gamekeeper is currently deployed at some of the world’s largest airports as part of their counter-UAS strategies. It has been deployed standalone as well as integrated with other sensors (EO camera, RF Scanner) and C2 systems.
DETECT, TRACK AND CLASSIFY
Targets within the 3D coverage volume are detected, tracked and classified in real time at a range of 7.5km. A clear and detailed intelligence picture ensures maximum peace of mind for operators at airports and other sensitive sites.
As a software defined radar, the Gamekeeper can be continuously updated as UAS and customer needs change.
If you’d like to learn more about gamekeeper or see it in action then get in touch:
UNIQUE HOLOGRAPHIC RADAR
Designed specifically for detection of small UAS
Detection at long range (7.5km) provides early warning
Allows effective target threat assessment and cuing of other sensors
Differentiates UAS from other surface, and air targets including birds
The Gamekeeper 16U is a 3D staring radar based on a 2D array of receivers. This allows the radar to see the entire coverage volume, and all targets, all of the time. It also means that there are no moving parts making it extremely low maintenance.
The Gamekeeper has a coverage range of 7.5km and can see a target as small as 0.01m2 radar cross section at a distance of 5km. Targets can be accurately tracked with an update rate of 4 times per second.
The additional data our Hololgraphic Radar technology is able to obtain, including micro-doppler measurements, supports target classification so that drones can be distinguished from other small targets such as birds.
*Azimuth with a single radar. Contact us to discuss multi-radar deployments
SIZE, WEIGHT AND POWER
Data output as standard Asterix Cat 48 for integration with other sensors and C2.
The Gamekeeper datasheet can be downloaded below. If you require any further information, then get in touch.