SRI announces that its Airfield Radar System has undergone operational test and evaluation by National Safe Skies Alliance, Inc.
Rockledge, Florida – Security Radar Integrators, Inc. (SRI), a US-based manufacturer of radar based perimeter security systems, announced today that its Airfield Radar System (ARS) has completed testing and evaluation by National Safe Skies Alliance (Safe Skies).
ARS uses radar to monitor activity on an airfield and assesses whether the activity is normal operations or a potential threat. When a threat is detected, color and thermal cameras follow it and record the video images. When the situation reaches a pre-determined threat level, operators are notified to assess and respond. All of the action is displayed on a satellite image of the airport. ARS uses Navtech ground radar, which has been deployed in 23 airports in Europe. The FCC has approved the use of Navtech radar in US airports.
“SRI is excited to make a difference in airfield safety and security, and this Safe Skies evaluation provides independent information that helps airports understand the performance of ARS,” said Daniel Flynn, President of SRI. “We are in the business of helping airports solve serious safety and security issues with affordable, proven technology, and are happy to see our ARS product being adopted in the US.”
The Safe Skies evaluation report, issued in September 2016, is available to Airport Security Coordinators at US commercial-service airports by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (please reference Report Number: SSDA—16-040).
SRI is a US-based company founded by President Daniel Flynn in 2012 that specializes in building turn-key radar surveillance systems for airports and seaports. In the past 12 years, Mr. Flynn has developed and delivered 23 radar surveillance systems in Europe, using various radars and cameras in different environments. SRI has leveraged this experience to develop ARS.
About National Safe Skies Alliance
Safe Skies, an independent third-party non-profit organization funded by the Federal Aviation Administration, conducts rigorous and thorough tests to detect threats, nuisance alarms, reliability, and maintainability within active airport operational and environmental conditions. Safe Skies performs its evaluations under an ISO 9001:2008–approved Quality Management System.
For more information, please contact:
Daniel Flynn, President
Security Radar Integrators, Inc.