Hostile artillery fire usually originates from a location that cannot be seen from the friendly forces' frontline. There is therefore a need for easily deployable technology that can accurately locate enemy artillery.
Our acoustic sensing system uses clusters of microphones to detect acoustic waves generated by hostile fire. Advanced data processing techniques are then used to identify locations of mortars and artillery, with exceptional accuracy and speed.
We designed and developed a system that allows friendly forces to protect their soldiers from enemy artillery by pinpointing its location without the need to make visual contact.