Leading global long-range acoustic hailing devices provider LRAD Corporation announced it has received a $763,000 follow-on order for LRAD devices and accessories. The devices will be used in bird mitigation and wildlife preservation and control for an international mining concern. It is anticipated that the order will ship by June 30, 2014.
Whether operated manually, integrated into remote-controlled command and control centers or enhanced with avian radar for automatic incursion response, LRAD systems have been shown to effectively, safely and humanely keep birds and other wildlife away from hazardous areas - preserving wildlife and protecting critical assets.
LRAD system use directionality and focused acoustic output for wildlife applications, clearly transmitting various tones, sounds and predator calls from 200 meters to more than 2 kilometers away.
"We are very pleased that the success of earlier installations has led an international mining concern to expand their use of LRAD systems," said LRAD President and CEO Tom Brown. "The near infinite varieties of tones and sounds that can be recorded and broadcast through our Long Range Acoustic Devices prevent birds from becoming habituated to the repetitive noises produced by legacy wildlife control measures, including propane cannons and cracker shells."
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