Thursday, 27 December 2012

United States Army engineers have developed a new road threat detection system SCISSOR-G

Explosives along roadways remain an unrelenting hazard for deployed Soldiers. U.S. Army engineers have developed a system for detecting possible threats by identifying potential threat locations on unimproved roads, the SCISSOR-G (Shadow Class Infrared Spectral Sensor-Ground).
The sensor SCISSOR-G is mounted on a vehicle, usually a Husky, using a 10-inch turret with state-of-the-art infrared and high-definition color cameras. (Photo Credit: U/S. Army)

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