Genasys Receives $1.8M in Orders for Infrastructure Protection Systems
Thursday, February 27, 2020 | Comments

Genasys received $1.8 million in orders for portable and remotely operated acoustic hailing devices (AHDs) deployed for homeland security applications. The remotely operated LRAD systems are scheduled to be installed on large dams and at oil and gas facilities for critical infrastructure protection.

“A newly formed homeland security agency placed its first LRAD systems order, with further AHD orders from the agency anticipated,” said Richard S. Danforth, CEO of Genasys. “Remotely operated LRAD systems are enhancing communications and security at dams, power plants, ports, oil and gas facilities, and other critical infrastructure facilities throughout the world.”

Featuring an integrated high-definition (HD) camera, a high-intensity, 12 million candlepower searchlight (optional) and an IP-addressable full pan and tilt drive for precise aiming and tracking, the product provides the vital first response capability missing from observe-only integrated security systems. The technology turns passive surveillance systems into remote first responders by creating a fully operational unmanned perimeter security solution that identifies, warns and deters potential security threats from the safety of command and control centers.

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