Commissioned by the Israeli army, the Xaver 1000 can detect the presence of life in rooms, the number of people and their distance from the system, the height and orientation of the target as well as the general layout of a room. .
see throughto locate a threat, this is what the Israeli army seeks to do with the , from imaging company Camero-Tech. This invention was unveiled for the first time at the show in Paris. Through the materials of the most common, the device is supposed to identify the presence of life in the rooms of a dwelling, the number of people there, their distance from the device and the layout of the space. The process is so precise that it can detect whether the person is sitting, standing or lying down. L’ implanted can even identify certain members of the body.
Video of the Xaver 800, a less powerful model but which gives an idea of how the latest version of this radar works. © Camero Tech
A powerful radar to break through a wall
To obtain good results, the, must be positioned directly on the wall of the place you want to scan. This therefore requires being able to approach it knowing that, to control the whole, the operator is necessarily nearby since he controls the device from a directly integrated 10.1-inch touch screen.
Despite the performance of the Xaver 1000 system, theof the scene behind a wall cannot be that of a camera, but it remains sufficiently clear to be able to identify individuals, objects, their size and position in space. Camero-Tech, the manufacturer explains that the device does not emit harmful radiation or waves. A virtuous intention for military use.