Gateway V - Exensor

Gateway V

The Gateway V connects Flexnet with external network cameras, such as remotely controlled Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) control cameras and radars.

The Gateway V is an extended Gateway with a storage module, a dedicated processor for video compression and analysis, and offering various backbone communication solutions. It has a secondary Ethernet port and a serial input for connecting other devices such as radars, sensors and third-party cameras.

The Gateway V shares all existing Gateway features, including both short-range and long-range radios. The short-range radio communicates in a mesh network with any of the deployed sensors and the long-range radio communicates with other Gateways to relay sensors’ data and imagery at extended ranges. Triggered by a sensor alarm the Gateway V can activate a third-party PTZ allowing it to “slew to cue” providing imagery of the area of interest. By connecting an external modem to the Gateway V, streaming video can be transmitted over a 3G/4G network, via satellite communication or other backbone IP radio networks. In a network-denied situation or during a covert operation, the videos can be locally stored and retrieved later.

  • Connection of two units to one Gateway V (Radar & Camera)
  • 1000 m communication range with sensors and 10 km communication between gateways
  • USB interface for communication with backbone network
  • Encrypted communication (AES-256)
  • Data storage and silent mode capacity
  • Anti-tampering
  • GPS for self-localization
  • External battery needed. Solar panel or fuel cell can be connected to the device.
  • Size: 115 mm x 120 mm x 170 mm
  • Weight: 2.5 kg
  • Battery: No internal battery, external battery needed
  • Temperature: -32 to +71 degrees Celsius in operation
  • Environmental: MIL-STD-810
  • EMC: MIL-STD-461
  • Output power: Short-range radio: 0.5 W; long-range radio 10 W

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