The Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) have acquired hi-tech ground surveillance systems from navigation and security surveillance specialist Kelvin Hughes (Stand S4-110) company.
Kelvin Hughes signed a contract with Kenya Army for its SharpEye SxV radar system.
The Kelvin Hughes -SharpEye SxV radar system is destined for deployment to Kenya against illegal border movements, trafficking and terrorist activities.
This is in tandem with the Republic of Kenya’s strategic plan for border security which includes erecting a wall along the border with Somalia.
The Kelvin Hughes -SharpEye SxV radar system was acquired by C4 Planning Solutions of Blythe, Georgia, USA, along with the Kelvin Hughes CxEye display and interface software, to be installed in ground surveillance radars for the Kenyan armed forces.