- New Israeli military technology allows users to detect objects and people behind walls in real-time.
- Camero-Tech’s Xaver 1000 uses an advanced AI-based tracking algorithm.
- The company says it is an “essential system” for militaries, law enforcement, and intelligence units.
New Israeli military technology allows users to detect objects and people behind walls by using an AI-based tracking algorithm, according to a report.
The Xaver 1000, produced by the Israeli imaging solutions company Camero-Tech, was unveiled for the first time at the Eurosatury 2022 exhibition in Paris, France.
It’s part of the “See Through Walls” family of products which, according to the company, provide real-time information on objects and people concealed behind walls.
Camero-Tech claims the new XAVER-1000 is an “essential system” for militaries, law enforcement, intelligence units, and search and rescue teams.
The company said it is a new tool for tactical operations, as it can detect the presence of life in rooms, the number of people and their distance from the system, target height and orientation, and the general layout of a space.
The technology can display live objects, behind walls, in such high resolution that it can detect whether a person is sitting, standing, or lying down, even if they have been motionless for a significant period. Specific body parts are also detectable, the company said.
Operating it is easy and requires minimal training, Shephard Media reported, and it only requires a single user to make use of a simple interface on an embedded 10.1-inch touchscreen display.
It can penetrate through most common building materials, Camero-Tech said.
Insider reached out to Camero-Tech for comment but did not immediately receive a response.