July 11, 2022
by Oishee Majumdar
RRP S4E’s Viraj 28 A (pictured above) is a long-range multi-sensor optical platform camera specifically designed to detect drones. (Janes/Oishee Majumdar)
Mumbai-based RRP S4E has supplied its multi-sensor optical platform camera system for surveillance – Viraj 28 A – to the Indian Army’s Eastern Command, said Shikhar Gupta, senior manager for business development at RRP S4E. .
at East Tech 2022, an event organized in Kolkata by the Indian Army Eastern Command on July 7-8.
The company has received an order to deliver 50 Viraj 28A systems to the Indian Army, Gupta said.
“Out of this number, 25 cameras have already been installed at various locations in the North Eastern states of India as of early 2022,” Gupta added.
“Delivery of the remaining systems will be complete by August,” he said.
According to Gupta, the Viraj 28 A’s daytime camera has a range of 20 km, while the night camera has a range of 7-10 km. It also has a laser range finder (LRF) that can detect the distance of a target within a range of 5-7 km.
The system weighs 50 kg and can be controlled by the operator using a laptop computer, Gupta said.
The system has the ability to operate in high altitude areas and can be used on moving vehicles.
Gupta said that RRP S4E is also in talks with the Indian Armed Forces for the supply of its thermal sight called PR82.
According to the company’s specifications, the PR82 can be used continuously for seven hours and can operate at temperatures between -40°C and +50°C. It can detect a human within a radius of 2,000 to 3,000 m.
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Mumbai-based RRP S4E has provided its multi-sensor optical platform camera system for surveillance…