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Capabilities

When applied, the target vehicle retains limited controllability, resulting in steering and brakes maintaining functionality; the target will be unable to move until RF Safe-StopTM is put back in passive mode. Vehicle occupants remain unharmed allowing greater precautionary use.

Key Features

- Compact and discreet: fits into 4x4 vehicles
- Stopping distance of up to 100m (1msq antenna)
- Larger antennas can produce greater stopping range
- Modular: allows reconfiguration to suit platform
- Silent, permits covert operation
- Energy efficient (battery-powered option available)
- Non destructive Utilises proven technology
- Easy to operate
- Output optimisation
DEACTIVATE ENGINE
The ultimate in target deactivation technology
HELLENIC REPUBLIC CERTIFIED
NATO NCAGE CODE G2181
UNGM 400640
 
State-of-the-art, non-contact, non-kinetic disruption system

Minimal risk of collateral damage
Jams the engine management system of vehicles, boats & UAVs;

Safely brings vehicles/boats/UAVs to a controlled stop Vehicle, boat, UAV is unable to restart until radio waves are turned off
Stops Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

The UAVs/Drones are stopped mid-flight, and can either be brought down (Hard Kill) or if preferred in some cases landed safely on the ground
Field trials undertaken with high percentage success rate

Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles, Outboard, Inboard Engines and UAVs Driver maintains control of steering and brakes (vehicles)
Static, dynamic and pursuit scenarios have been demonstrated
MOBILE ASSET PROTECTION
MARINE ASSET PROTECTION
VEHICLE APPREHENSION
UAV
AERIAL DENIAL
HARBOUR ACCESS CONTROL
FIXED ASSET
PROTECTION
HEALTH & SAFETY
Demonstration

All occupied testing has been carried out within the International Commission on Non-Ionising Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) guidelines 1998 [1]

Field strength measurements at 10m are better than 7 times lower than the threshold at which pacemakers may begin to be affected and >100 times lower than the threshold at which they may fail [2]


System Deployment


A full risk assessment and safety case for scenario of use needs to be carried out prior to operation
References

[1] ICNIRP 1998 & 2010

Guidelines ‘For Limiting Expo-sure to Time - Varying Electric, Magnetic and Electromagnetic Fields




2] HDL-TR-2197

November 1991- The Effects of Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) on Cardiac Pacemakers

Vincent J. Ellis, U.S Army Laboratory Command, Harry Diamond Laboratories
LAND USE / KEY FEATURES

USE AT SEA / KEY FEATURES
Capabilities

Typically applied for harbour entry protection, maritime policing and anti-piracy, target vessel retains limited controllability, and will be unable to move until RF Safe-Stop TM is put back in passive mode. Vessel occupants remain unharmed allowing greater precautionary use.

Key Features


- Compact and discreet Stopping distance in excess of 100m (1msq antenna)
- Larger antennas can produce greater stopping range
- Modular: allows reconfiguration to suit platform
- Silent, permits covert operation
- Energy efficient (battery-powered option available)
- Non destructive
- Utilises proven technology
- Easy to operate
- Output optimisation
SYSTEM OPTIMISATION
The stopping range performance of Safe-Stop is strongly influenced by the RF input  power and antenna area.

- Typically there is a direct correlation between these factors and system size/weight
For any proposed scenario of use, an assessment would be conducted to carefully consider;

- The balance between system performance
- The acceptable size and weight