IEC’s Raptor system is a long-range, radar-guided camera system that lets friendly forces monitor very large areas for intruders or enemy forces. The long-range radar gives wide area detection of people or vehicles over a 360o area at ranges of up to 12 km for people, and up to 20 km for vehicles. When a target is found, a long-range thermal/visual camera can be precisely guided to the target, allowing the operator to look at the target in day or night conditions, to determine if the target is a threat. The system provides an accurate location of the target, and can detect many targets at the same time.
The Raptor system can be mounted on a trailer-mounted tower so it can be easily moved, or it can be mounted on a permanent location. The system is easy to use, and uses software that can communicate with other DoD systems if needed. Raptor is ready for use right now and needs no development, but other sensors or systems can be added to it if needed.