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Japan Signs $22.4 Million Dollar Order For Advanced Chemical, Biological, And Radiological Detection And Early Warning Systems From Lockheed Martin

BALTIMORE April 23, 2012

Designed for the tactical battlefield, AbleSentry is simple to deploy, operate and maintain. Using a sophisticated detection algorithm, the system’s array of networked, remote sensors provides a high probability of threat detection, while minimizing the potential for false alarms. Networked sensors eliminate the possibility of a single sensor causing a system-wide alarm.

Daniel Heller

The new AbleSentry system is an evolution of Lockheed Martin’s BAWS (Biological Aerosol Warning System) and EBAWS (Enhanced Biological Aerosol Warning System) platforms. The new system adds both chemical and radiological detection capabilities while utilizing the same footprint. The system has also been designed to minimize additional training needed by an end user familiar with BAWS or EBAWS. Since 2005, Lockheed Martin has delivered 24 BAWS and EBAWS systems to the Japan Ground Self Defense Forces. 

In addition to the detection capability, each remote sensor measures wind speed and direction, temperature, humidity, location data and collects an air sample for subsequent biological agent confirmation and identification.

Bethesda, Md. $46.5 billion

For additional information, visit our website:
http://www.lockheedmartin.com/ms2

SOURCE Lockheed Martin

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