Exhibiting at Africa Aerospace and Defence
- 12 Sep 2016
From 14th to 16th September, Kelvin Hughes will be exhibiting on two separate stands at Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) which is being held on the Air Force Base Waterkloof.
See us on: Hangar 5-5E5 and Hangar 4-4CE10
Located on the outskirts of Pretoria, it is the busiest of the SAAF’s bases. One of the world's premier aerospace and defence exhibitions, AAD takes place biannually and combines a trade exhibition that runs for three days and an air show that is open to the public.
On the first of its stands, Kelvin Hughes will be demonstrating the many benefits of its innovative SharpEye™ radar technology for naval vessels, including submarines, port and harbour VTS systems and coastal surveillance. With its solid state technology and patented Doppler processing of the radar returns, SharpEye™ is capable of detecting low Radar Cross Section (RCS) targets earlier and at longer ranges than conventional magnetron-based radar systems even in heavy rain and high sea states. Also being exhibited will be the company’s Naval Tactical Display software.
On the second stand, Kelvin Hughes will be co-exhibiting with ECM Technologies and focusing on the Security market. Visitors to the stand will be able to see the SharpEye™ SxV solid-state, lightweight X-Band Doppler radar together with the Kelvin Hughes Single Mast Solution (SMS) for the deployment of the radar and other electro-optical devices. Also being demonstrated will be the company’s CxEye™ control and interface software. Together, they can provide an industry-leading solution to the problems of border security, airport and base security, perimeter protection and battlefield surveillance.