Kelvin Hughes to exhibit at Security & Counter Terror Expo
- 28 Apr 2017
On 3rd and 4th May, at Stand F85, Olympia London, Kelvin Hughes will be co-exhibiting at the Security & Counter Terror Expo together with Silent Sentinel.
This event, supported by the Home Office, is the UK’s leading national showcase for the capabilities, strategies and intelligence required to keep nations, infrastructure, business and people safe.
It brings together more than 10,000 senior professionals from Government, the military and security services, law enforcement agencies, border security, transport security and major events security, the emergency services, those responsible for critical national infrastructure and a wide range of private sector organisations.
For Kelvin Hughes, Security & Counter Terror Expo represents an ideal platform to promote its industry-leading position in radar-based security and surveillance systems. Being displayed for the first time in an open industry event, Kelvin Hughes’ new drone detection system, SMS-D, has been designed specifically to track the real-time position of drones and other UAVs which are increasingly being used for smuggling and hostile observation.
Highly cost-effective, the SMS-D provides continuously updated bearing, distance, altitude and velocity data. The latest addition to the Kelvin Hughes’ SMS (Single Mast Solution) range, it identifies targets automatically through its video tracking system, ensuring that any remedial or defensive action can be implemented without delay.
SMS systems, when combined with additional optical and thermal imaging devices, can deliver 360˚ ground and aerial surveillance of any site perimeter or border. The mast can be fixed to a permanent structure or mounted on a vehicle to further extend the envelope of detection.
Kelvin Hughes will also be demonstrating its CxEye™ control and display software which integrates data from multiple sensors into a single, easy-to-use display package. It is based on a simple command and control system which incorporates track fusion of the various sensors, mapping functionality and a target priority tote, all of which can be controlled via a touch screen.