SRC’s suite of air surveillance radars are designed to detect, locate, track, and classify a wide range of targets — from traditional fixed and rotary wing aircraft to non-traditional targets like ultralights, unmanned aircraft systems (also known as unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs, and often referred to by the media as drones) and even birds.
Our radars range from small, low power systems to larger, more powerful ones. All are designed to be network ready for easy integration into C2 systems and can be outfitted with cameras and secondary surveillance radars for enhanced capability. Each radar can be configured for fixed site, transportable (using shipping cases) or mobile (vehicle mounted) applications. Our logistics experts provide support so that our customers are always ready for their missions.
- AESA50 Multi-Mission Radar
A radar capable of simultaneously performing air surveillance and counterfire target acquisition missions while stationary or on-the-move.
- BSTAR™ Avian Surveillance and Warning System
Provides fully automatic, 3-D detection, location, tracking and target classification of birds and aircraft and enables you to visualize hazard warnings through an integrated 3-D Google Earth® display.
- Ground-Based Sense and Avoid Radar System
A solution that uses ground based radar to detect airborne traffic and provide UAS operators with the situational awareness that is necessary to maintain separation between their UAS and other airborne traffic.
- LSTAR® Air Surveillance Radars
Low-cost, tactical radars designed to fill critical gaps
in air surveillance to protect borders, vital infrastructure and other high-value assets.
- Omni-Directional Weapon Locating Radar
One of the most advanced radars of its kind, OWL provides surveillance over a hemispherical coverage volume, detecting and tracking air targets while simultaneously meeting counter-fire mission demands.
- Wind Farm Gap-Filling Radars
Using advanced signal processing techniques, these systems are capable of detecting and tracking small, slow moving aircraft and avian life over wind turbines that fly undetected by most other radars due to clutter problems induced by the turbine blades.