One of the world's experts in CBRN and the top supplier of CBRN equipment in Australia, J3SEVEN has introduced the Falcon 4G, a long-range reconnaissance chemical detector to the Australian market.
The smaller the cloud you wish to detect the higher resolution You need. Like on the camera picture with better resolution You can see smaller details. If the detail you are looking at is smaller than your pixel it will be invisible for you. We are not talking literally about the visible graphic on the display but rather about Field of View (FoV) and the smallest cloud (vapor) we are able to identify.
Staying one step in front of the enemy requires to have all the right information. Gathering and analyzing info must be simple. When it comes to chemical attacks, once You find yourself in the high-risk situation it is all about the right information in the right time. Seconds makes the difference. You want critical data to be available without spending too much effort on it as your effort will be needed elsewhere.
A journalist from CBNW, the leading journals for CBRN defence, countermeasures and analysis of threats worldwide, has attended our public workshop and demonstration. Please find here an original article as it appeared in CBNW.
Laboratory Goebel Ingenieurbüro has determined our lasers to be Class 1, which means lasers are eye safe in accordance with EN 60825-1:2014 as well as IEC 60825-1:2014, standards used in United States as well is by European countries.
Falcon 4G version B, our standard Stand-Off detector, was recently tested at Military Research Institute Test Facility Kamenna Chaloupka (VVU Brno) in Czech Republic. Tests were done using real agents: Sarin (GB) and Sulphur Mustard (HD). Testing has confirmed high sensitivity of stand-off detection system Falcon 4G-B.
During rainy and fogy day in Slovakia yet another CBRN frontier was conquered in Stand-Off detection. Falcon 4G, mounted on the helicopter underwent trials in both hovering mode as well as flight mode detection. Fighting not just rain but mainly vibrations, aiming, stabilization and undertaking successful detection at the same time from the distances between 240 meters to 2340 meters from the flight path were the main emphasis of the trials.
On 24th of April 2019, SEC Technologies has hosted a military trials together with Austrian Army and its CBRN Unit close to Korneuburg, Austria. The main purpose of the trials was detection on the move as well as static measurement in real conditions. We were very lucky with the weather conditions this time in otherwise very challenging area chosen by military for chemical detection.
On 06.10.2016, SEC Technologies has hosted a public demonstration of stand-off detector FALCON 4G-S. The weather conditions were bad (snow, fog). The measurement path was located in realistic conditions of an urban area (other gases present in atmosphere, various objects such as high voltage power lines in proximity).
SEC Technologies, s.r.o. took part at Eurosatory 2016: Defence & Security International Exhibition in Paris between 13th and 17th of June, 2016 to present its flagship product: the FALCON 4G-S CWA stand-off detector.