The NanoSAR multi-mode radar system has the capability to produce high-resolution SAR imagery; detect subsurface hazards and other objects of interest beneath foliage; detect, identify, and track moving targets of interest; and connect people, vehicles, and places with events, all from a small UAV.
The objective of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is to produce a high-resolution image using radio waves in any condition.LEARN MORE
Foliage Penetration (FOPEN) uses low-frequency radar bands to produce high-resolution imagery for dissemination.LEARN MORE
GPS-Denied Navigation (GPSDN) allows an aircraft to maintain awareness of its location in the absence of GPS to maintain its course.LEARN MORE
Coherent Change Detection (CCD) is used to identify changes by comparing multiple passes of an area.LEARN MORE
Interferometric SAR (IFSAR) uses multiple antennas to precisely measure and map the elevation of an area.LEARN MORE
Maritime mode simplifies the difficult detection process over large bodies of water and effectivly operates during the day, at night, and in low-visibility onditionsLEARN MORE
Moving Target Indicator (MTI) uses the Dop- pler Effect to differentiate a moving target from a stationary background.LEARN MORE
Sense and Avoid, allows manned or unmanned aircraft to automatically detect other airborne objects and predict potential midair collisions.LEARN MORE
Polarimetric SAR (Quad-Pol) uses multiple transmit and receive polarizations to more accurately classify objects in SAR imagery.LEARN MORE
The objective of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is to produce a high-resolution image using radio waves in any condition. SAR systems complement optical systems by providing strategic information and a level of situational awareness that is simply invisible or out or reach to other optical systems.
IMSAR's NanoSAR system is designed with open standards to allow it to operate across a variety of manned and unmanned platforms.
IMSAR develops, designs, and manufactures the radar products necessary to do everything from collecting data to presenting and using information. The NanoSAR collects data, and the data is displayed in the Lisa 3D software. The data can be sent to the ground in real time using the Viper Communication Link and the Lisa Ground Control Station. Other products support and enhance these functions.VIEW PRODUCTS