The SR Hawk ground surveillance radar is the best value system in its class, offering a superior combination of performance and value in a small, lightweight, portable package.
The SR Hawk™ ground surveillance radar provides continuous 360-degree surveillance of the ground, ports and harbors, and airspace. It performs all these tasks in a single system, eliminating the need for multiple, specialized systems. It detects personnel, land vehicles, marine vessels, avian targets, and low-flying aircraft like UAS, also known as RPA, and often referred to in the media as drones. These capabilities make it ideal for applications such as ground surveillance, air surveillance, border and perimeter surveillance, counter-UAS mission support, port and harbor surveillance, windfarm bird strike avoidance, avian surveillance, and artillery spotting.
Superior accuracy, both in range and azimuth, results in better performance with image cueing, classification and identification of targets. Automated EO/IR camera cueing, audible alerts, multi-target tracking and advanced anti-clutter techniques allow the operator to focus on what’s really important – the threat.
The SR Hawk ground surveillance radar offers:
- Rapid update rate with continuous 360 degree coverage or definable sector scanning
- Low false alarm rate
- Automated sensitivity settings for weather and clutter management
- Simultaneous short and long range coverage
- Automated priority target track mode
- Tower, vehicle mount and tripod configurations
- And more
SR Hawk Radar Models
These lightweight, portable radars are designed, manufactured and fully supported by the SRC family of companies in the United States. The SR Hawk radar is competitively priced and comes in an extremely durable design ideal for a variety of applications.
- SR Hawk (V)2 Enhanced Ground Surveillance Radar
This (V)2E provides wide-area persistent surveillance in a low power, long range, lightweight, network-ready sensor.
The SR Hawk radar can be configured with a variety of optional subsystems.
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