WISP Mobile Systems

A WISP sensor is mounted to a modified cargo van that can be easily relocated for rapid deployment of day/night security and situational awareness with command and control over a 4/5G network.  The sensor can be mounted to the roof, or on a tripod up to 150 meters from the van.  A Processing Server and Operator Workstations are located in the van for a complete end-to-end capability.

Advantages of WISP Compared to Others:

  • Largest image coverage area (Hyper-hemispherical)
  • Highest image resolution
  • Longest detection range
  • Lowest noise equivalent delta temperature
  • Built-in artificial intelligence to detect threats and ignore non-threats
  • The most rugged and robust packaging to operate 24/7 in the harshest environments on earth


  • Area Protection
  • 24/7 Perimeter Security
  • Counter Drone
  • Critical Asset Protection
  • Border Protection
  • Rapid Response Situational Awareness

WISP Mobile System Details

The WISP Mobile System is a sophisticated, complete end-to-end system consisting of several components.  The Rotating Sensor collects data from the roof of the van or from a nearby location, mounted to a tripod.  Data is recieved by the Processing Server containing graphic processing units (GPUs) running real time algorithms with built-in artificial intelligence.  The data is processed to detect and track threats and alert operators.  Several Operator Workstation clients can support operations locally or from a remote location.  The WispView Scene Viewer and Brower Software is the command control and display environment (CCDE) for operations support.  Remote system monitoring is possible when the system is connected to a 4/5G network.

System Components:

    • Mercedes-Benz Spritzer Van
      • 3.0L V6 Diesel Engine
      • 7,500 lbs Towing Capacity
      • On-board 4kW Generator
    • Rotating Sensor
    • On-the-Move Isolation Roof Mount
    • Sensor Mount Tripod (optional)
    • 3U Processing Server
    • Cradlepoint 4/5G LTE modem
    • 2 – Operator Workstations
    • 27″ Twin Displays
    • WispView Scene Viewer and Browser Software
    • ADS-B Receiver (optional)
    • Hemisphere Differential GPS (optional)
    • External Diesel Generator (optional)

WispView Scene Viewer and Browser is a command control and display environment.  Analysts can visually browse the hyper-hemispherical infrared scene and zoom into areas of interest.  Live or recorded imagery (typically 15-days back) are instantaneously accessible.  Tracked threats are displayed and alerted when entering keepout zones.  Alerts are stored and managed in WispView.