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Blighter Surveillance Systems

Iceni House, London Road
Great Chesterford, Saffron Walden CB10 1NY
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A800 3D C-UAS radar powered by AI to detect drones - News

September 24, 2020

CAMBRIDGE, England. Blighter Surveillance Systems, British designer and manufacturer of electronic-scanning radars and surveillance solutions, has announced the launch of the latest in its range of counter-unmanned aerial system (C-UAS) radars, the A800 3D drone detection radar for land, air, and sea surveillance.


A400 counter-UAV radar updated to better detect small UAS - News

September 04, 2019
CAMBRIDGE. Blighter Surveillance Systems Ltd., British designer and manufacturer of electronic-scanning (e-scan) radars and counter-drone solutions, has enhanced its Blighter A400 series counter-drone air security radar to better detect and report low, slow, and small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).

DoD counter-UAV contract will use Blighter radar tech - News

October 25, 2018
CAMBRIDGE, U.K. British company Blighter Surveillance Systems Ltd. -- which designs and makes electronic-scanning (e-scan) radars and surveillance solutions -- is under contract to supply its counter-UAV [unmanned aerial vehicle] radar technology to Liteye Systems (Centennial, Colorado and Colchester, U.K.) as part of Liteye's recently signed multimillion-dollar contract with the U. S. Department of Defense (DoD) to deliver numerous containerized anti-unmanned aircraft systems (known as C-AUDS) to the DoD by the end of the fourth quarter of 2018.

E-scan radar sale set to bolster India's border security effort - News

April 26, 2018
CAMBRIDGE, U.K. Electronic-scanning radar and surveillance company Blighter Surveillance Systems has secured its first sale into India; the company will supply its Blighter B400 series E-scan micro Doppler ground surveillance radars.

Anti-UAV system released by Blighter, Chess Dynamics, and Enterprise Control Systems - News

September 29, 2015
LONDON. Experts at Blighter Surveillance Systems, Chess Dynamics, and Enterprise Control Systems joined hands to develop an anti-UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) system to help defeat the emerging threat of malicious micro, mini, and larger UAVs or drones that may carry weapons, cameras, toxic chemicals, or explosives.