Monday, March 9, 2015
This Motion Sensor Could Detect Russian Soldiers as They’re Invading a Country
The devices – built by Defendec, a small Estonian tech firm with only 30 employees – look similar to home security system motion detectors. But these sensors are far more sophisticated, so much so, that the company didn’t allow Defense One to photograph the equipment during the recent International Defence Exhibition and Conference, or IDEX, in Abu Dhabi last week. When linked together, the equipment, which is camouflaged to blend into the wilderness, can provide situational awareness over hundreds or even thousands of miles of an unguarded border.