- Published: 25 July 2014 25 July 2014
Aveillant’s extended range Holographic Radar is to be trialled in November at a site near Woodbridge, Suffolk, very close to where the world’s first persistent surveillance radar protected England’s shores from enemy aircraft during the Second World War.
This latest version of Aveillant’s radar solution has a range of over 20 nautical miles and demonstrates the ability of Holographic Radar to successfully identify and differentiate aircraft from wind turbines over offshore wind farms at a 90%+ Probability of Detection level. A 40 plus nautical mile version of Holographic Radar is scheduled for release in 2015. The trial will demonstrate the performance of the radar over an offshore wind farm and how the surveillance enables characterisation of the radar targets. Sea clutter, maritime vessels and aircraft will all be clearly identified and removed as appropriate from the radar display.