Operationally-proven countermeasure technology solutions to protect military, law enforcement and security personnel in all scenarios.
Allen-Vanguard has a wealth of experience in the Electronic Countermeasure (ECM, or jammers) domain, with systems protecting the lives of Bomb Technicians, Armed Forces, Heads of State and Aid Workers. Having fielded and supported thousands of vehicle-mounted and man portable systems in prominent conflict zones around the world, our operational experience is second to none. To maintain the operational edge over threats of Radio Controlled IEDs (RCIEDs) and Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS or drones), our Threat Management Team can provide tailored mission profiles for your specific threat bands and operational needs.
SCORPION™ 2 showcased at 2017 S&P tradeshow during Counter-IED Live Demo
The following video contains segments of the Counter-IED Live Demo at the 2017 Security & Policing tradeshow, where Allen-Vanguard's man-portable, hybrid electronic countermeasure is presented to defeat the IED threat.
SCORPION™ 2 IS HERE!
The threat against deployed forces has never been greater nor have their demands for effective, robust protection. SCORPION™ 2 meets these needs and delivers a hybrid, full spectrum system and threat band coverage protection for dismounted personnel on the move and at stationary checkpoints.
Remote C2 and Threat Notification
AV is able to offer secure, near real-time command and control of deployed ECM assets. This brief video shows holistically some of the benefits that can be gained from this unique capability offered only by AV.
Integration with Blue Force Tracking Solution
AV has worked closely and exclusively with Track 24 who are the provider of world leading Blue Force Tracking Solutions. This brief excerpt from a Track 24 promotional video highlights our over the air reconfiguration capability
ECM in Action # 1
This video shows a failed attack on a Coalition Convoy that is using ECM. Besides the effective use of ECM frustrating these terrorists,the key points to note are the use of channelling and a possible secondary device (indicated by the change of tones audible on the second device).
ECM in Action # 2
This video shows a failed attack against a US military convoy of HMVW's (Hum-Vees) in Iraq. The explosive charge is likely to be buried at the side of the road close to the base of the telegraph pole which is the aiming marker.