LRAD Corporation Announces Opening LRAD® Order From Israel's Ministry of Defense
LRAD Corporation received a LRAD systems order from Israel's Ministry of Defense. The initial $293,000 order for LRAD 100X and 500X systems will ship this quarter.
"We continue to grow our international business with countries deploying LRAD for use by their military and law enforcement services," stated Tom Brown, president and CEO of LRAD Corporation. "To date, over 30 nations from around the world have purchased our Long Range Acoustic Device® systems."
South African Navy to add to Non-Lethal Anti-Pirate Arsenal
The South African Navy has issued a request for quotation to acquire a marine laser threat deterrent system. If acquired, the system will join the Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD) acquired from LRAD Corporation last year.
LRAD Deployed for Mass Communication and Search and Rescue Operations in Aftermath of Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami
LRAD Corporation learned recently that LRAD systems were deployed to assist in mass communication and search and rescue operations in the aftermath of the tsunami disaster in Japan. LRAD 100X™ and 500X™ systems were used to communicate to survivors in areas devastated by the March 11th earthquake and tsunami. LRAD systems were also used to coordinate search and rescue operations.
LRAD Corporation Received New LRAD Order for Waterfowl Control
LRAD Corporation has received a new $500,000+ order for a multiple LRAD systems installation at an international mining site. The installation will be integrated with an avian radar system from DeTect, Inc.. The order is scheduled to ship this summer.
LRAD systems use controlled directionality and focused acoustic output to clearly transmit tones and predator calls at distances in excess of 2,000 meters. LRAD can be manually operated or integrated into remotely controlled command and control centers.
Manila International Airport Authority (Miaa) to use Sound vs Birds
Airport authorities will install later this year LRAD systems at the 65-hectare Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) property to address the recurring “bird strikes” that have hampered flights. With the installation of the LRAD long range acoustic devices, Miaa is aiming for “zero bird strikes” within the 13-kilometer radius of Naia’s four terminals.