On-site acceptance tests of a Ground Master 400 radar were carried out by the Royal Air Force (FAR). This radar detects current and future air threats up to 500 km, with a very high level of detection at low altitude.
A new milestone has just been reached for the Ground Master radar range, with the deployment of the 100th radar in the world, following the on-site acceptance tests of a Ground Master 400 by the FAR, announces the French manufacturer Thales in a press release.
At the end of July, Thales delivered its 100th radar of the Ground Master family – a Ground Master 400 (GM400) – to Morocco, under a contract signed in 2019 with the Royal Air Force. A previous order had been placed in 2013.
Renowned for exceptional reliability, unparalleled performance and high level of mobility, the Ground Master plays a key role in surveillance and air defense around the world.
With its fully digital architecture, the Ground Master family detects current and future air threats up to 500 km, with a very high level of detection at low altitude, including drones operating at low speed.