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Innovative product development is a complex process of transforming original ideas into viable investment opportunities, into commercially successful products and technologies.

Thanks to combinatory innovations, Radio Vision technologies can be used to attract new consumer segments, develop new target markets, take leading positions on existing ones.

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Special-purpose applications


Learn more about Kropotov Radars

Our devices can be used for various applications including victim rescue and covert operations by law enforcement agencies. They can also serve private security agencies and fire brigades. RK-100 and RK-010 narrowband microwave radars detect humans behind opaque barriers or under the rubble and provide 3D view of a target. Our special purpose radars are not intended for serial production, they are available only in demo mode.

Site Security


Learn more about NEURON

NEURON system employs RK-PSM perimeter microwave detectors. They are designed for perimeter and area protection. Placing the system near fences or walls will not affect the quality of detector performance. The solution also includes RK-ASM-1000 areal microwave scanners. RK-ASM series scanners provide 24-hour all-weather radar surveillance for site and surrounding area. Innovative NEURON system is a turnkey solution that includes sensing equipment, multipurpose security controllers, automated workstation software. The system allows to use portable devices for security officers.

PSM-RK Radio Wave Detectors


Learn more about PSM-RK-30

Military uses were once the only applications for radar technology. Indeed, sea, air and ground-based microwave radars are still invaluable military tools for locating threats and targets. But times have changed, and radar technology is finding new application areas. Modern radars tend to be smaller, lighter and higher in performance. Radio Vision developed a line of portable radar systems for perimeter protection. Our compact radars do not require frequency allocation.

Research is carried out with grant support from the Skolkovo Foundation