Exensor and Siltec to supply UGS systems to Polish Ministry of Defense

30 October 2019 (Last Updated October 30th, 2019 11:46)

Exensor and its partner Siltec have won a contract worth over €15m to deliver 116 unattended ground sensor (UGS) systems to the Polish Ministry of Defense.

Exensor and Siltec to supply UGS systems to Polish Ministry of Defense
Exensor – Unattended Ground Sensor (UGS) Systems. Credit: Business Wire.

Exensor and its partner Siltec have won a contract worth over €15m to deliver 116 unattended ground sensor (UGS) systems to the Polish Ministry of Defense.

Set to be delivered between 2019 and 2022, the UGS systems are designated for reconnaissance and intelligence forces in order to carry out mission-critical operations.

Exensor will deliver a completely integrated and scalable sensor and camera UGS platform, including the latest version of the UMRA Mini seismic and acoustic sensor with a replaceable battery.

The company will also supply the tactical Scout motion camera equipped with Bertin’s CamSight LP Thermal Imaging camera module.

Exensor Technology vice-president of sales and marketing Marcus Rosenqvist said: “We won this contract with the Polish Armed Forces in strong competition with major international UGS solution providers, marking the strategic position of Exensor in providing surveillance and reconnaissance systems.”

Exensor’s UGS system offers remote early warning to guarantee the protection and security of people and critical infrastructures across the world.

The company’s Flexnet provides a fully integrated and wireless sensor platform operating over a self-healing Mesh radio network, controlled via a user-friendly command and control platform.

Flexnet is a force multiplier offering a multi-mission capability, suitable for various types of missions, including persistent wide-area surveillance, force protection and intelligence gathering.

Flexnet UGS is autonomous, intelligent and invisible. The system is easy to deploy and recover.

Established in 1987, Exensor was acquired by Bertin Technologies in 2017. The company’s systems are in operation and used in various military and homeland security applications globally.