Militaries can now See through Walls
The Xaver 1000 is a major military technological advancement that changes the game...
Military spend is meant for things like this. A new Israeli piece of military technology allows users to detect people behind walls by using an AI-based tracking algorithm.
The Xaver 1000 has been created by Camero-Tech, an Israeli imaging solutions company, and was released to the public eye for the first time at the Eurosatury 2022 exhibition in Paris, France. Camero-Tech has many “see-through walls” products, according to the company.
According to many government officials and some executives at Camero-Tech, the Xaver 1000 is an essential piece for militaries, intelligence units, search and rescue teams, and law enforcement. Camero-Tech said the tool would be used for tactical operations and can detect life in rooms, detect the number of people and their distance from the system, detect height and orientation, and give a detailed, yet general, the layout of the space.
Live objects can also be detected behind walls. The resolutions provided for said objects are so high in fact that they can determine whether a person is sitting, standing, or lying down even if they’re motionless. Body parts are also able to be determined.
Minimal training is needed for operation and it requires one user to manage the simple interface embedded on a 10-inch touchscreen display.