MatrixSpace Radar – a low cost, high-performance radar – has been shipped to commercial and public organisations in the United States and approved international countries.

The product’s commercial delivery follows its recent Federal Communications Commission authorisation.

Designed and developed in the USA, MatrixSpace Radar offers robust situational awareness of both airborne and ground-based objects, regardless of lighting and weather conditions.

This facilitates highly accurate drone detection and Counter Unmanned Aircraft System (CUAS) capabilities, Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) flight for uncrewed, autonomous and tethered aircraft, and overall general aviation safety.

MatrixSpace Radar is a very low SWaP-C (size, weight, power and cost), requires no additional infrastructure and is deployable in minutes without specialist training.

Dan Nobbe, Vice President of RF and Radar Systems, MatrixSpace, said: “The demand for fast, effective ground and air surveillance is growing rapidly, and partners and customers tell us of their limitations with current solutions.

“MatrixSpace Radar is designed to provide radar for the rest of us – cost and performance which allows for use cases previously out of reach to commercial, public safety and defence situations.”

Manu Lubrano, CEO and co-founder, INVOLI, added: “MatrixSpace provides scalable, comprehensive, low altitude, noncooperative detection at any time of day or weather, at a price point that finally makes powerful radar readily accessible.

“This is key for accelerating advanced air mobility as well as a wide range of public safety and commercial programmes such as drone first responder, drone detection and critical infrastructure inspections.”
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