British threat detection specialist Silent Sentinel is showcasing the Jaegar Sonus, a new acoustic hailing device range, at the ongoing DSEI 2021.
The Sonus is capable of advanced target detection and deterrence, using in-built systems to illuminate the target and emit focussed long-range audio such as verbal warnings or a siren to act as a deterrent.
By incorporating thermal and daylight camera optics and long-range zoomable illumination technologies into the system, Jaegar Sonus provides next-level surveillance and deterrent capabilities for remote security applications including maritime security, law enforcement, perimeter and border protection, wildlife management and control, and critical infrastructure security for installations such as unmanned oil and gas platforms.
Designed to be deployed as a stand-alone system or integrated into a wider, multi-layer security system, the Jaegar Sonus range are modular acoustic hailing devices that can deliver highly directional long-range illumination and sound. They are paired with a long-range illuminator and either an LWIR uncooled thermal or HD visible camera. Other configurations can also be offered.
“Our expertise lies in combining industry-leading video and thermal imaging technology for the precise recognition of small targets at long range and in challenging environments,” said James Longcroft, Sales Director at Silent Sentinel. “With the introduction of the Jaegar Sonus range of acoustic hailers, we are building on our existing offering with a system that has powerful deterrence capabilities.”
“VocCom audio products are already in use in a wide range of military and security applications and we are pleased to be working with Silent Sentinel to produce an innovative and cost-effective threat detection solution which will give our customers a decisive advantage,” said Ulrich Opperman, Sales Director of VocCom.
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