Physical Security Equipment Action Group


Detection & Assessment

Battlefield Anti-Intrusion System (BAIS)

The Battlefield Anti-Intrusion System (BAIS) is a compact sensor-based early warning system that provides early warning, detection and classification of intrusions for small units and troops during various tactical missions.

Correlation of Physical Security Radars to Identify Friend or Foe

The Correlation of Physical Security Radars to Identify Friend or Foe (IFF) is designed to track authorized personnel and integrate this information for transfer and display on an established Command Control and Display System.

Handheld Terahertz (THz) Spectrometer (RPI)

The purpose of this project is to develop a handheld (less than 10 lbs) THz Spectrometer to detect and identify explosives. The identified signatures are then matched to the database within the system. This project has two performers, Rensselear Polytechnical Institute (RPI) and EMCORE.

Lighting Kit, Motion Detector (LKMD)

The Lighting Kit, Motion Detector (LKMD) is a simple, compact, modular, sensor-based early warning system that provides a programmable response set of illumination and sound, resulting in increased operational reaction time for individuals, teams, squads, or platoons.

National Air Space Integration Demonstrator for Small Tactical UAS (STUAS) Alarm Response

The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL/RXQF) is currently involved in the research and development of a National Air Space Integration Demonstrator for Small Tactical Unmanned Aerial System (STUAS) Alarm Response.

Tactical Video Surveillance System (TVSS)

The Tactical Surveillance System (TSS) is a modular, scalable system, that will be tailorable to support both short and long term security and surveillance requirements, enabling the Commander to detect, locate, characterize, identify and track activities of interest.

Under-Vehicle Inspection System (CPU)

AutoScan, developed by the Air Force Research Laboratory with industry partner Kachemak Research Development (KRD), enhances force protection by providing reliable threat detection capability at entry control points.

Waterside and Shipboard Security – Sonar Augmentation

The Sonar Augmentation program has been working on utilizing both passive and active clues to better classify targets of interest identified by an active swimmer detection system.

Waterside and Shipboard Security – Ultra Wide Band Radar

The Ultra Wide Band (UWB) Radar project utilizes a small perimeter security radar to create a tracking and classifying virtual fence capability.

XD-4: Automated Handheld Colorimetric System

Colorimetric chemistry has a long-standing history as an explosive detection technique, through the utilization of specific chemicals which change color in the presence of explosives.

The information located on the project pages of the PSEAG website does not necessarily show endorsement from or the approval of the Department of Defense. All information pertaining to the PSEAG programs contained on this website are published for informational purposes only.

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