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February 11, 2016 10:27 am
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New IDF Spy Camera Can Detect Terrorists Moving Through Fog

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IDF soldiers at night. The IDF developed a new spy camera that will detect and identify people moving through fog, haze, or heat waves. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

IDF soldiers at night. The IDF developed a new spy camera that will detect and identify people moving through fog, haze, or heat waves. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

JNS.org – The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) has developed a new spy camera that will detect and identify people moving through fog, haze or heat waves, providing greater protection against terror attacks on soldiers’ bases.

Operators of the high-resolution “Savir” camera can see people, moving trees or plants from a distance of more than 2 kilometers (1.24 miles) and other images up to a distance of 20 kilometers (12.4 miles).

The Savir system can be used on land or sea, and as a day camera or a night-vision camera. Savir’s precision is better than IDF cameras’ existing radar imaging, which often proves inaccurate in detecting movement.

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