A System for the Prevention of Friendly Fire Accidents and Improving Situational Awareness

The System
  • Immediate and automatic alert
  • No line of sight is needed
  • Not influenced by weather conditions or visibility
  • Simple and intuitive use
  • Designed for the combined battlefield
  • An autonomous system – Non managed distributed system

network technology

Friendly Fire Challenge
  • Major challenge for Military, Law Enforcement and HLS Forces
  • More than 20% of Combat Casualties Result from Friendly Fire
  • Decreased Confidence and Trust at All Levels
  • Increase Headquarters Workload & Communication Needs
The Technology
  • A New, Patented Technology
  • MEMS sensor (IMU)
  • Non-managed RF network
  • Automatic Local Sensor fusion
  • No Line of Sight Required
  • Immediate Shooter Alert

How It Works
  • System acquires participant position, weapon & ammo type, Aim point and Target
  • Data exchanged between users via secure RF data channel
  • Local Sensor data fusion
  • Automatic and Autonomous alert to the shooter if a potential problem exists
  • No line of sight needed



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