How to locate a victim during a collapse, an earthquake, when the walls form an impassable barrier to help? The future solution could come from Israel, where start-up Camero-Tech has just launched its new invention: the Xaver 1000, a powerful camera system that literally lets you see through walls. The Israeli company already specializes in this type of rescue equipment with the Xaver 100, 200, 400, etc. This technology has been around for some time, but the mystery remains about the possible uses for police, fire, or military. However, this invention is brilliant and deserves to equip all emergency units. Discover this amazing camera worthy of a sci-fi movie!
What is the Camero-Tech Xaver System?
From the description on the Camero-Tech website, Xaver imaging systems are life-saving and the solution of choice for leading military agencies in most countries around the world. These cameras are designed to provide an optimal solution and help emergency services in the search and rescue of victims. With the new Xaver 1000, this innovative technology is even more advanced… This invention makes it possible to display directly on a screen what is happening behind a wall accurately enough to distinguish the positions of victims. All this would be possible thanks to artificial intelligence and radar readings.
The Xaver 1000 camera why?
This camera is not not designed to spy and the images it returns are not in high definition. Camero-Tech products are intended for emergency services such as firefighters who need to look for victims when buildings collapse or after bombings, as was the case recently in Ukraine. Images returned to the screen are accurate without allow a person to be identified. The objective is not to know who is behind the walls, but to be able to save that person from the flames, for example, without the firefighter having to enter. The Xaver 1000 can detect the presence of life in the room, but it also knows how many people are there, what are the sizes and where are they going. It can also detect the presence of a child or an animal, therefore, a living being of smaller size than an adult.
How does this camera work?
We don’t know much about the deployment of this invention, the company remains mysterious about this new detection device that still does not appear on the brand’s website. we know she has range of 42 meters, which runs on batteries and weighs about 16 kilos. It can be used by a single person without the need for complex training.
The Xaver™ 1000 is an essential system for military, law enforcement, search and rescue and intelligence units operating in a variety of situations, including hostile urban environments and disasters. The system creates an unprecedented 3D visual image of situational awareness, providing a clear operational advantage and the ability to ‘break into the known’. Cameroon technology
The model was presented at the Eurosatury 2022 exhibition, a biannual military show that takes place in Paris. As this show is reserved exclusively for professionals, military and government bodies, no press release has been issued regarding its possible deployment. If we take into account the performance of the Xaver 800, the most powerful currently available, here’s what it offers:
- Designed for ISR missions.
- Reliable detection, high resolution images through the most common wall materials.
- 3D imaging capability for intuitive image interpretation.
- Unique 3D navigation.
- Effective clutter removal.
- Simultaneous detection of static and live objects.
- Provides information about room dimensions and key infrastructure elements.
- Onboard data logging for post-mission analysis, training and debriefing.
- Includes VGA and S-Video output.
We bet the Xaver 1000 will be even more efficient… A great invention that can save lives, we’re all for it! More info: camero-tech.com