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AMS Defence has signed a partnering agreement with Blighter Surveillance Systems to supply ground-based radar solutions for critical infrastructure protection and complex airborne threats.

Promoted by AMS Defence


AMS Defence has signed a partnering agreement with Blighter Surveillance Systems to supply ground-based radar solutions for critical infrastructure protection and complex airborne threats.

AMS Defence has today announced a partnership agreement with UK based radar manufacturer Blighter Surveillance Systems. This partnership will explore a number of opportunities in the fields of Force Protection, Perimeter Security and Critical Infrastructure  protection.  

As part of the agreement, Blighter will include the Blighter A400 series air security/drone detection radars, Blighter B400 series radars and the coastal security specialised C400 series radars. 

Additionally, to support ground forces, Blighter and AMS Defence will be providing the Blighter B202 MK 2 man-portable radar system for rapid, mobile deployment and the Blighter Orbiter radar system for vehicle mounted solutions.  

Blighter Surveillance Systems has a well-established global footprint already, from providing surveillance systems along the DMZ in South Korea to their Anti-UAV Defence System (AUDS) being deployed by the US Armed Forces to protect critical assets and personnel. 

Angus Hone, Blighter Surveillance Systems CEO said:

“We are delighted to be officially partnered with AMS Defence. Australia is a key defence market for Blighter and AMS Defence established expertise will help expand our footprint in this region. We look forward to working with them to respond to the requirements of the Australian Armed Forces." 

AMS Defence CEO Richard Morton said the company are excited to play to our strengths and expand our traditional ISR and sustainment offerings to include Critical Infrastructure protection including airports, defence establishments and border control.   

The product offering can be used to detect a wide variety of moving objects, such as crawling and walking persons, land vehicles, boats and low flying aircraft (including drones/UAVs). 

The radars use a microwave radio signal to scan areas of air, land or water which can extend up to 32 km in range and up to a full 360° in azimuth. 

Multiple offerings and configurations allow cost effective solutions to be selected for a variety of market sectors.

AMS Corporate Video




About Blighter Surveillance Systems

Blighter Surveillance Systems is a world leading designer and manufacturer of electronic-scanning radars and surveillance solutions. 

Its solid-state micro Doppler radars are deployed in 35 countries to deliver round the clock all-weather protection along borders, for coastal facilities, at military bases and guarding critical infrastructure such as airports and oil & gas facilities.

About AMS Defence

AMS Defence is a sovereign owned subsidiary of AMS Group. Specialising in complex systems integration and through life support across defence, maritime and aviation domains. The company has a proven history in delivering mission critical system integration and sustainment of government assets and infrastructure  


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View our General Blighter video and AUDS video here:

General Blighter video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5d_9aHi2OUU

AUDS video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5i9vgPdiVk

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