The Acoustic Multi-Mission Sensor (AMMS) exploits the benefits of novel Acoustic Vector Sensor technology, allowing the AMMS to detect, localize and track the full spectrum of acoustic battlefield signatures, covering Small Arms Fire (SAF), rockets, artillery, mortars (RAM) and helicopters.
P-AMMS Sniper Localization
A Single AMMS (Personal AMMS) captures the shockwave of incoming rounds up to an extended Closest Point of Approach (CPA) range of 400 meters, providing an unprecedented accuracy, both angular (+- 2 %) and range ( +- 5 %)
RAM-SCORE is an AMMS array based system designed for training and proving ranges, providing fast and accurate location reports of both the points of impact (POI) and point of origin (POO) for various sorts of ammunition such as rockets, artillery and mortars.
UAV based | Acoustic Target Acquisition
Microflown's Acoustic Vector Sensors can be used for Acoustic Target Localisation on UAV platforms. Acoustic Vector Sensors on-board the UAV, together with local data processing, can detect and localise gunshots and artillery breaks on the ground.
Microflown AVISA’s mission is to provide complete 3D acoustic situational awareness for all kinds of (audible) threats from all kinds of platforms under all circumstances.
Enabled by its proprietary acoustic particle velocity sensors called Microflown, a broad banded Acoustic Vector Sensor (AVS) is capable of detecting, localizing and tracking simultaneously all sorts of sound sources. This rangesfrom high frequency shockwaves from Small Arms Fire down to the low frequency signatures of Rockets, Artillery and Mortars on the one hand and tonal sound sources from helicopters and heavy ground vehicles on the other hand.
As an Acoustic Vector Sensor is low Size, Weight and Power (low SWaP), it can be deployed on all sorts of platforms, ranging from unattended ground sensors, vehicles, helicopters to micro Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (micro UAVs).
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