MILIPOL 2021 | Update

Our entire Kestrel TSCM Professional Software and training team attended and exhibited at MILIPOL 2021 in Paris France this past week. Our attendance resulted in connecting with Kestrel TSCM Professional Software friends, collogues and user entities, including technical operators who indicated a strong interest in attending our advanced training programs this coming year once travel restrictions are lifted. We also connected with many potential new customers who have heard nothing but excellent reviews regarding our industry leading Kestrel TSCM Professional Software. Many visitors started off with requesting a demonstration of our “spectrum analyzer” and soon were impressed with the fact that the Kestrel TSCM Professional Software is not just another obsolete spectrum analyzer with a TSCM brand. Many of the features of the software are based on a modern moving target threat model and well are beyond the competitive cold war era techniques. The Kestrel TSCM Professional Software is a vast departure over anything else currently on the market and our software is utilized extensively in the private and public sectors for commercial applications and across an impressive and growing list of regulatory, telecom, law-enforcement, government, military and for national security worldwide, currently in 54 countries. The innovative features are expertly integrated into the base application and provide ease of deployment and use, across TSCM, TEMPEST, SIGINT, RSSM and many other exacting requirements of a modern day spectrum warrior. MILIPOL 2021 was a smaller, but more focused event with only the best of the best attending this year during the pandemic. This allowed our team to spend considerably more one-on-one time providing powerful live demonstrations of the Kestrel TSCM Professional Software across many different end use applications and requirements. Significant new sales were generated during the MILIPOL 2021 event based on our low cost, best value, and powerful, highly scalable system across the Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) and Counter-Intelligence (CI) spectrum from 1 Hz to 54 GHz. Signal Hound SDR hardware technology ruled the show with the 20 GHz SM200 series radios sweeping at 1154 THz per second during our demonstrations. The ThinkRF R5750 was also on display and appears to be a popular SDR hardware option in Europe with mention of the R5550 hardware also in use.