Palindrome was recently granted a project, in which wind turbine radar signatures are being simulated with our proprietary target generation technology. The project is funded by the Federal Office of Civil Aviation, the Federal Office of Energy as well as … Read More
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“Lucky are the people in Landquart. They have no past and therefore know how to deal with the present”. Read here why Nietzsche realized more than 100 years ago that the lack of tradition opens up spaces for innovation and … Read More
Landquart is not especially beautiful, but it is a place of diversity. A TV documentary portrays the multi-faceted town and its inhabitants and we were happy to contribute. The movie can be watched here (in Rumantsch).
“Testing a multistatic C-band Radar with a Target Simulator” was the title of our presentation held at the International Radar Symposium in Warsaw, Poland. The conference took place from October 5-8 and covered topics from novelties in automotive to passive … Read More
Two different weather radars, one in Reichersberg, Upper Austria, and a second one in Vienna were calibrated with Palindrome’s target generation technology.
An article that covers our weather radar calibration technology appeared in the September issue of Meteorological Technology International. Have a look at the article here.
The scientific collaboration between Palindrome Remote Sensing and the Swiss National Institute of Metrology METAS is featured in METAS’ 2019 activity report.
A multistatic drone detection radar system has been set-up close to our office in Landquart, Switzerland. Together with our radar target simulator, the system was thoroughly tested and calibrated. In addition, several flights with a real drone were performed and … Read More
With a specifically developed multistatic C-band target simulator we were testing the drone detection radar SAMURAI in Thun, Switzerland.
The Swiss National Institute of Standards METAS developed specific test setups in order to validate our instrument’s accuracy. These tests could be conducted thanks to an Innosuisse collaboration. The short duration of the radar pulses imposed the highest difficulties for … Read More