Phoenix AZ (SPX) Jul 07, 2009
Antenna Technology Communications has announced the deployment of its Warrior Satellite Monitoring and Surveillance System specific for the law enforcement agency markets.
The Warrior Satellite Monitoring System can simultaneously provide complete observation for satellite activities spread over 140 degrees, but with the added upgrades the system goes beyond the Basic TT&C Monitoring that is being offered by rival systems today.
Designed for the unique requirements of government, military entities, and law enforcement agencies, Warrior allows the operator an in depth view of not only the spectrum usage issues involved in satellite carriage, but also the ability to manage, control and archive the content being carried on any satellite or terrestrial network.
"Monitoring virtually everything in the sky has become critical in today's digital world," said Gary Hatch, ATCi's CEO.
"ATCi has a long standing history in successfully implementing several surveillance and monitoring systems for the Department of Defense and other like government and military agencies in the U.S., as well as foreign Indian and Asian defense networks which made tailoring a system for the law enforcement network a sensible progression. It is not enough to simply monitor FSS satellites, but today's surveillance must also have the ability to associate and provide critical algorithm patterning data which can ultimately process and associate unlimited IP data thereby delivering greater security," Hatch concluded.
All hardware, software, engineering, and installation services are included with the turnkey Warrior Satellite Monitoring System.
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