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Posts Tagged ‘Infiltration’

Elbit’s GroundEye Blocks Border Infiltration

Monday, November 14th, 2016

Israel’s Elbit Systems Ltd. has unveiled its GroundEye Wide Area Persistent Surveillance System (WAPSS), capable of protecting a border from illegal infiltration. The system is showcased at the 4th International Conference on Homeland Security & Cyber, November 14-17 in Tel Aviv.

According to a company release, GroundEye is a highly sophisticated, persistent surveillance ground system that covers extremely wide areas, providing comprehensive situational awareness for multiple users. It was developed as a solution to the growing demand of security forces and decision makers to achieve continuous intelligence imagery covering a wide area-of-interest in high-resolution and in real-time for situational awareness purposes, especially during large-scale events.

Using the system, security forces can monitor multiple events simultaneously, as the system detects and issues alerts, which complement and enhance human detection capacity.

The GroundEye system displays a panoramic picture, gathering data from multiple sensors, to locate suspicious movements near the border. Radar systems are deployed, including foliage penetrating radar, and additional sensors are set up, to assist field units on their way to the area.

Meanwhile, the GroundEye system reviews the video that had been recorded, retracing the suspects’ approach route to the border. The system then generates an optimized plan for the movement of field forces. Also, an anti-drone system is deployed along the border, detecting and providing a thermal image of hostile drones near the border, which a complementary system will disable.

Left without information on defending troops’ movement, the infiltrators — illegal migrants or terrorists — are surrounded and apprehended.

Deployed along, say, the US southern border, this dynamic solution would probably be cheaper and better than a wall in blocking illegal entry.

JNi.Media

Armed Gaza Man Arrested Crossing the Fence

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

A man from Gaza was just captured as he crossed over the fence into Israel. The man was armed with a knife. He was brought in for interrogation, according to a TPS report.

Jewish Press News Briefs

Update: Lockdown Removed After Suspected Infiltration into Kochav Yaakov/Tel Zion [video]

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

At 11:00 PM on Monday, security reported a suspected infiltration into the town of Kochav Yaacov in the Binyamin region. A figure was seen hopping the fence near the Tel Zion neighborhood.

Security forces were called out and residents were told to stay locked indoors.

As of midnight, the searches are continuing, though residents not in the Tel Zion area have been allowed in to the town, which is still under lockdown.

The town’s air raid siren is sounding every 10 minutes as part of the warning to the residents to stay indoors.

12:50 AM (Tuesday) The army is going house to house in Tel Zion.

After the terror attack in Efrat last week, the IDF will continue to maintain a presence and search the town throughout the night.

7:30 AM IDF troops stayed the night and continued to search, but it is now believed there was no infiltration through the fence.

The town was removed from lockdown at around 2:30 AM.

Jewish Press News Briefs

Two Gazans Infiltrate into Israel

Saturday, November 1st, 2014

Two Gazans were caught on Saturday morning after infiltrating into Israel.

The IDF caught the two in the Eshkol region. They apparently went through/over/under the security fence.

The two Gazans were not armed, and have been taken in for interrogation.

Jewish Press News Briefs

Hamas Executes 4 More Gazans

Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

On Saturday, Hamas murdered 4 more Gazans, this time in Jabaliya, in Northern Gaza.

On Friday, Hamas murdered 18 Gazans, and on Thursday they executed 3 Gazans.

During Operation Protective Edge, there are reports that Hamas executed dozens of Gazans.

Hamas is in a panic over what they believe are Israeli infiltrations into their ranks via collaborators, which resulted in some of their senior officers being successfully eliminated by Israel last week.

Hamas are rounding up people they suspect may have assisted Israel with any information.

Hamas may also be using these executions to murder Gazan citizens who are speaking out against Hamas, as well as their political opponents.

Some Palestinian Authority officials are trying to distance themselves from the Hamas executions, even going as far as comparing Hamas to ISIS.

Shalom Bear

Escape or Infiltration Attempt from Gaza?

Wednesday, August 6th, 2014

IDF soldiers fired in the air after spotting a group of Gaza Arabs approaching the security fence from the northern part of the region.

The soldiers fired after the Arabs ignored several warnings that were shouted at them, telling them to leave the area.

After the warning shots, the group retreated. The identity of the Arabs is unknown.

About two hours earlier, a Code Red incoming rocket alert siren was triggered in the Sha’ar Hanegev Regional Council district. Israeli officials subsequently announced the alert was a “false alarm.” Local sources insisted, however, that a rocket did land in an open field in the district.

Jewish Press News Briefs

Infiltration and Stabbing in Neve Tzuf Halamish Home

Sunday, August 3rd, 2014

There was a reported infiltration into the town of Neve Tzuf Halamish in the Binyamin region, on Sunday afternoon.

Arabs broke into a home in Neve Tzuf, while the owners were in the house. A struggle ensued, and the Arabs apparently stabbed one person, who was lightly wounded.

The Arabs ran away.

The settlement was rebuilt on the ruins of an ancient Jewish Talmudic village.

Jewish Press News Briefs

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