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United States : LOGOS bags fire-detection system deal, worth $9.7 million

August 18, 2014

Logos announced that it has been granted a deal from U.S. Army for raising a camera-based hostile fire detection system.

The contract valued at $9.7 million.

As per the terms of the deal with Army Research Laboratory (ARL), Logos would also be modernizing the Optical Gunfire, Rockets and Explosive Flash Detection (OGRE) system.

"The combined OGRE-acoustic unit, called Serenity, creates a dual-threat-validation process that significantly reduces false positive identifications," said a Logos news release. "The system works in combination with full-motion video and wide-area surveillance sensors to locate and identify the locations of hostile fire. The integration of visual and acoustic technology dramatically increases the detection range and accuracy in comparison to existing systems."

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Source: TendersInfo (India)

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