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Baron ISR

April 17, 2014
The Beechcraft G58 Baron ISR provides the unique combination of a state-of-the-art surveillance camera and data link with multi-engine safety and 4- to 6-hour mission persistence.

FINDAR

February 20, 2014
FINDAR enables police to quickly locate metallic and non-metallic buried evidence for further investigation. Officers are able to find weapons, caches of drugs or money, clandestine graves, hidden bunkers, or soil disturbances.

Sensors & Software Introduces New GPR System

September 26, 2013
Using the Findar GPR system, officers can locate weapons, caches of drugs or money, clandestine graves, hidden bunkers, or soil disturbances that have been buried, and download the images to a PC in real time.

Ranger-Radar Traffic Unit

October 24, 2012
This traffic radar system can measure the distance of a vehicle and the speed of a vehicle as well as monitor the area behind a patrol vehicle using a feature called SafetyZone.

Sub-surface Penetrating Radar

May 26, 2011
Featuring a technologically advanced yet simple touchscreen operating system and a variety of antenna frequency options, The Seeker SPR from US Radar is an easy-to-operate, sub-surface penetrating radar system that is able to infiltrate numerous surfaces such as soil, clay, concrete, and brick.

Radar Wins Speed Test Against GPS

January 2, 2008
A Sonoma County, Calif., judge has ruled a speeding case supported by an officer's radar cannot be thrown out. The speeder's GPS system allegedly recorded a speed contradictory to the radar reading, but the judge ruled radar more reliable.

Speed Guns

February 1, 2002

More innovative speed enforcement technologies have appeared in the last five years than in the previous two decades. Law enforcement agencies can now pick and choose from a bewildering buffet of high-tech devices, including digital radar, lasers and cameras.

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