SpotterRF Signs New Partners as New Awards Pile Up

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Military and Aerospace Electronics

PilmerPR public relations and marketing client SpotterRF this week announced new partnerships and awards as demand grows for its breakthrough radar technology. SpotterRF provides the world’s most advanced compact surveillance radar (CSR) system for affordable wide area, all weather perimeter security and small force protection. Incorporated in 2009, the company ...

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SpotterRF Wins Again – SSI Security Mag Rates Radar Perfect 10

Not quite Bo Derick, but pretty cool, nonetheless…SpotterRF’s Model C40 provides radar coverage for about $600 per acre, or $48 per linear foot for a perimeter. The radar is designed to integrate seamlessly with as few as one p/t/z camera to cover up to a 360° degree field of view. The product locates targets with advanced x-band radar technology, and automatically cues a p/t/z camera to assess the threat. Using a super-compact, IP-addressable C40 radar with just one camera ...

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Popular Science – SpotterRF “Revolutionary” in Best of What’s New 2012

Radar – You’ve come a long way baby!

Popular Science calls it a “revolutionary product” for protecting soldiers and the public. Popular Science Magazine’s Best of What’s New 2012 Award goes to PilmerPR public relations client SpotterRF for their compact ground surveillance radar. This new product is a peek behind the advanced tech curtain where tremendous public risk exists.

The prestigious award from ...

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Disruptive Technology Wins in Public Relations

Some entrepreneurial startups succeed based on incredible customer service (ie. Zappos). Some businesses win based on an expectational marquee player endorsement (ie. Skull Candy & Blender Bottle). Some of the most fun public relations I’ve been involved with has been companies with truly world changing technology, like PilmerPR client SpotterRF.

On December 7, 1941 the U.S. Army at Pearl Harbor Hawaii was just trying out a new ...

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