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BSS KOMODO UAV surveillance

Komodo represents a technological breakthrough in the realm of counter-UAV devices. Developed in partnership with the Danish Defence and the University of Southern Denmark, this innovative sensor employs passive sound source localization techniques to enable the detection of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) within a defined range.

Using cutting-edge sound wave technology, Komodo provides 360-degree surveillance of airspace up to 125 meters, effectively creating a safety zone of approximately 50,000 m². The device is incredibly versatile, with a range of applications in various fields, including military and civilian settings. For example, it can be utilized to monitor airspace over prisons, borders, bridges, and other critical areas, as well as to safeguard essential services such as electricity, gas, water, and communication  nfrastructure.

Komodo is a cost-effective solution that can be easily installed either as a standalone device or as part of a larger surveillance system. Its flexibility and reliability make it an indispensable tool for enhancing situational awareness and improving security in a wide range of scenarios.

Product description

Komodo is a counter UAV device that detects UAVs by sound waves and alarms upon detection of an UAV in the surrounding area.

The 8-channel directional microphone is designed to provide exceptional noise reduction from ground-level sounds, while simultaneously enhancing open air or sounds from above, to minimize any compromise in capturing clear audio from the surrounding environment.

The device works independently and alarms through our LizardEar platform. Additionally, we offer an API endpoint that allows users to retrieve the data and display it on their own platform.

    • ARM32 architecture
    • ARM Cortex-M4 64 MHz MCU
    • 8 analog channels, up to 16 kHz simultaneous sampling
    • Wireless technology communications
8 x BSS custom fabricated microphone
    • -42 dB sensitivity at 1 kHz 1 Pa
    • 70 dBA Signal-noise-ratio
    • 0.1-20 kHz frequency range




Prohibited military zones


Power plants and refineries


Mobile surveillance

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