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Gather Operational Intelligence through an Integrated Surveillance Platform

Despite extensive investment in border security by nation-states, transnational illicit activities and undocumented immigration continue worldwide. Border control remains a challenge, and securing national borders is of growing importance in today’s volatile landscape. Government entities are looking for reliable detection and identification solutions to address threats in real time.

Our C4ISR (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) solutions utilize smart technology to identify real time threats and to handle complex mission challenges that emerge from dynamic terrain types (land, naval, aerial). We create a unified intelligence and knowledge system by implementing comprehensive smart surveillance solutions that integrate with third-party applications such as Aircraft Video Streamers, Video Management, Radar & Intrusion Detection and GPS Locators.

Integration Objects SIOTH®, is a secure platform developed to act as a backbone for shared intelligence through real-time networks. The application iCop (Intelligent Common Operational Picture) leverages AI, empowers military and government bodies to gather, distribute and visualize sensitive information within Command & Control Centers. By creating a synergy between intelligence and observation systems, our advanced C4ISR platform can operate in the most complex environments in the world.

Key Features

  • Multi threat detection
  • Interoperability/Integrates to a wide range of Remote Systems
  • Real time alerts & notifications
  • Comprehensive Mission Management
  • Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR) Analytics
  • Secure communications
  • Deployable across the entire network
  • Highly scalable
  • Remote monitoring
  • Support Multiple Terrain Types

Key Benefits

Maximized situational awareness

Reach operational superiority

Achieve information dominance

Increase National Security

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