The security separator is the part of the device that allows a defined connection between classified and unclassified zones.
The security separator is primarily intended for the one-way transmission of two-state information, such as control and diagnostic signals.
30 x 220 x 30 [mm]
Two-state information format
- Defined connection between classified and non-classified zones
- Unidirectional transfer
- Transmission of control and diagnostic information
- Two-state information format
- Optic separation
When protecting borders, ReGUARD ensures that no person, vehicle or drone crosses the border without the radar operator knowing. Not only does ReGUARD give an early warning and valuable reaction time to an effective response, but it also protects a wide strip of territory. When ReGUARD is suitably located, its range covers up to 22 km of border in the horizontal plane and can also detect possible threats up to 8 km behind it.
In an anti-drone system
ReGUARD can also be used as the radar sensor in an anti-drone system, where it detects LSS up to a distance of 18 km. Its highly accurate data on a target’s position can also be used to guide the reaction to the drone. Every anti-drone solution must have a radar sensor like ReGUARD if it wants to provide full protection.
Use in an air defence system
The highly accurate radar data generated by ReGUARD, thanks to its high technological sophistication, helps to create a very efficient air defence system when combined with a powerful weapons system, the integration of this data and an efficient system for transferring it.
Protecting important buildings
The increasing cases of UAV intruding into the grounds of nuclear power plants, industrial or development facilities shows just how inadequate the protection against this type of threat is. Effective detection makes it possible to respond in time and prevent material and human loss. ReGUARD can pinpoint a small commercial drone at a distance of 6 km, which is its full range when flying at maximum speed. This means the user gains a valuable 15 minutes to respond to the threat.
Airports are one of the most vulnerable facilities as far as small UAV are concerned. Even if unintentional, simply being present in the airport’s reserved area disrupts its operation and leads to significant economic losses. Unfortunately, there are also examples of the deliberate misuse of drones for terrorist acts, e.g. the threat of deliberately flying a drone into an aircraft engine at takeoff is horrifying. With ReGUARD, airport security units acquire a tool that allows them to prevent both minor and completely irreparable damage. In addition, thanks to full records on the flight paths of all drones within range, it makes it very easy to find a drone user who might have posed a risk to running the airport. Last but not least, ReGUARD is highly efficient in terms of its range. By using just one sensor it is able to cover almost the entire controlled traffic region (CTR) of the airport.