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Anti-Shaheed RadioEye Developed by Russian Scientists
November 28, 2015 09:00

Tomsk State University

Scientists of the Tomsk State University (TSU) have developed the Anti-Shaheed RadioEye radar system that can at the distance of up to 10 meters detect electronic elements, including the triggering devices, which  are imperceptible for standard metal detectors.
"The Anti-Shaheed RadioEye is a radio detector with a reflector of 1,6 meter diameter that makes it possible to find remotely and secretly electronic objects, such as radio-electronic elements containing diodes, circuits, and triggering devices", - the Univeristy press service reported.
The innovative device has a large-scale capacity and range of action of around 10 meters and more. It is capable to identify objects concealed from standard metal detectors.
"We carried out an experiment: a man was first searched with a metal detector, which are used by security control services. It sensed a phone, keys, watches and other metal subjects. However, the simulator of a hazardous object with a triggering device kept in the man's bag was detected only with the help of the RadioEye, which was behind the wall in the course of the experiment", - the press service quoted the research associate of the TSU Radiophysics Department, Ksenia Zavyalova.
In the press service pointed out that low level of its emanation makes the device harmless to people's health.
The device can be used both at metal detection gateways at airports and railway stations, and in crowded areas, such as concert halls, shopping malls, stadiums and schools. The anti-bomber RadioEye will detect a person with a suspicious object that is kept in a bag or body-worn and transport images to the control screen of security police.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian technologies     

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