CAMBRIDGE, UK, October 12, 2020 – Blighter Surveillance Systems (www.blighter.com), a world-leading provider of radar and surveillance equipment, will be exhibiting virtually at the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) annual exposition between 13-16 October 2020.
Blighter manufacture electronic-scanning radars, delivering round the clock all-weather security protection along borders, for coastal facilities, at military bases, and to guard critical national infrastructure such as airports, oil and gas facilities and palaces. Blighter radars are currently deployed in some 35 countries around the world, protecting military bases and securing land borders and coastlines.
The company recently launched its A800 radar, capable of performing air, ground and sea detection all simultaneously and able to detect and locate commercial “hobby” drones in 3D space. With small drones increasingly acknowledged as a key modern threat to secure locations from airports to military bases, Blighter is leading the market in advanced detection capabilities.
Blighter will use AUSA Now 2020 to demonstrate the A800 for the US audience, where there is significant demand for this capability, across valuable defence and national security sites.
Angus Hone, CEO, Blighter Surveillance Systems said:
“Blighter products are proven to protect and secure a range of locations against intruders and threats, and we look forward to presenting our market-leading capabilities, such as the new A800 radar, to the United States’ military audience.”
Search ‘Blighter’ on the AUSA Now 2020 website (https://meetings.ausa.org/annual/exhibitor_exhibitor_list.cfm) to see the virtual stand.
For media enquiries please contact:
Victoria Mackarness (for Blighter)
Tel: +44 7852 128075
About Blighter (www.blighter.com)
Blighter Surveillance Systems is a rapidly growing company, employing 40 people and located in Great Chesterford near Cambridge, UK. Blighter designs and manufactures electronic-scanning ground-based radars, which can accurately detect drones, people and vehicles at large distances.
Its radars are key sensors in surveillance and counter-drone applications, and are used in 35 countries around the world, delivering 24/7 security protection along borders, for coastal facilities, at military bases, and to guard critical national infrastructure (CNI) such as airports, and oil and gas facilities.
About AUSA Now 2020
AUSA Now 2020 takes place fully online as a virtual event and attendee registration for the show is open now to qualified participants. This virtual event takes place from Tuesday 13 October to Friday 16 October 2020 (the exhibit hall is open from 08:00 – 15:00 Eastern Daylight Time).
Running alongside the 450+ booth virtual exhibitor hall will be a comprehensive conference programme, with a full agenda of webinars, webcasts and roundtable events taking place. More details of the show schedule can be found on AUSA’s website.