Mobile Human Unmanned Secure Technology: the Introduction of a Mobile Security Solution
Centigon France and Delta Drone have developed this device for extended and accurate intelligence in mobility situations, while protecting human resources from danger.
This fully integrated technological innovation can be operated in difficult conditions, thanks to a high level of vehicle armor, panoramic vision day and night and accuracy of information transmitted in real time; these advantages allow rapid intervention of units in the field, without compromising their own safety.
Centigon France designs and manufactures vehicle armouring solutions throughout the world. The company enjoys a strong reputation in this particular sector, thanks to the expertise of its teams and the quality of its products and services. With more than 60 years of experience in the fields of armouring and protection of people and goods & values, Centigon France develops and manufactures a wide range of armoured vehicles (protected 4x4s, VIP sedans and armoured limousines, military vehicles, etc.).
Delta Drone is, since 2011, a recognized player in the sector of civilian drones for professional use, present on several continents: Europe, Africa, Oceania (Australia).
Expert in the design of innovative systems, the group manufactures and commercializes high-tech solutions integrating surveillance drones and intended for strategic sectors such as the security of goods and people.
The Mobile Human Unmanned Secure Technology solution was presented for the first time at the 5th edition of SOFINS (Special Operations Forces Innovation Network Seminar), a trade show held at Camp de Souge (33) for 3 days, from June 29th to July 1st 2021.
Organized every two years, SOFINS is a unique event in Europe, which connects start-ups and SMIs with Special Forces and Special Units, and which gives pride of place to French companies and innovation.
For 3 days, small and medium-sized companies and large industrial groups present new solutions adapted to the needs of special operations.
Through meetings, technical demonstrations, and dynamic tests of equipment under real conditions, innovative manufacturers can demonstrate the added value of their equipment for the operator of today and tomorrow.
Within the specific framework of SOFINS, the objective of the two partners was to introduce a new technological solution, which integrates a mobility component and responds to the operational problems encountered by Special Forces in the field. The aim is to ensure a high level of surveillance and protection of operators, as close as possible to sensitive intervention areas.
For Centigon France, this collaboration is part of a strategy of connectivity and integration of communication and surveillance systems.
As for Delta Drone, this approach is in line with the strategy of “dronification” of the security sector, by declining the possibilities of using the ISS SPOTTER® solution.
Source: Delta Drone