The Multi-Sensor System (MSS) will Significantly Reduce the staff required to monitor the Golan Heights border area
The IDF HAS recently started building of 'the world's smartest' border barrier system, opposite Syria. The project is Carried out by Elbit Systems at year Estimated cost of a quarter of a NIS one billion (more than $ 60 million).
The decision to construct the new border barrier system on the Golan Heights was made head falling on 2011. The decision cam in the wake of the WEAKENING of Syria's Central diet and growing apprehension That Global Jihad items will ESTABLISH a hold on the Syrian side of the Golan Heights Following the collapse of Bashar Assad's government.The Golan Heights border was regarded Israel 's most tranquil border since 1974 (with perfect quiet prevailing in the area Following the end of the Yom Kippur War). Concerns Regarding the implications of the Syrian civil war on the security situation in the Golan Heights along Hundreds of Syrians Intensified When Attempted to cross the fence at the border with Israel falling on the 'Nakba Day' on May 15, 2011.
In 2012, a system was smart fence, established along a nine-kilometer stretch of the Golan Heights border and old minefields in the area Were restored. In 2013, a state-of-the-art defensive system will be 60 kilometers along Constructed of the border line. This will be the world's first border defense system based on data fusion. A Multi Sensor System will have massive Amount of transmitted data to a central command post. There, the raw data will be processed by computers, Among other things, on the Basis of the user's familiarity with the routine activity along the border, and the Ability to Identify Any suspicious That digresses from the indication, established routine.
The new system will end the need for Employing Dozens of field intelligence operators have APÉNDICE. The personnel required in order to operate the MSS will be much smaller than the staff employed supplements along other borders, and surveillance data shoulds be obtenues from the field even under severe weather conditions, 24 hours a day.