Shoulder-Worn Acoustic Targeting System (SWATS)

SWATS® is a compact, shoulder-worn acoustic targeting system that detects, locates and displays hostile shooter location in less than a quarter of a second. This system provides situational awareness, protection and enhances survival to those who need to quickly locate and respond to enemy threats.

Developed as a man-wearable solution, SWATS accurately detects gunfire and determines the threats point of origin.  SWATS is the smallest, lightest, lowest-power gunshot detector available. With more than 19,500 units shipped to 12 nations, SWATS has been combat-tested and field-proven in Iraq, Afghanistan, France, Germany, Australia and South Korea and in homeland security missions. SWATS is proven to perform accurately in urban, mountainous and open terrain and does not false alarm or respond to nearby friendly fire.  Equipped  with numerous features, SWATS is manufactured using the highest quality standards.

  • Instantly detects and locates gunshot
  • Protects and increases survivability
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Accurate and effective
  • Combat and field proven
  • Operates in mountainous, urban and open terrain
  • Built-in GPS location and timing
  • Low power requirement
  • Intuitive operation
  • Alerts made with audible voice announcement
  • Hands-free voice alert and graphical threat display
  • 14-hour battery life (CR123A x2)
  • 313 grams (sensor and batteries)
  • 114 grams (display unit with cable)
  • Small form factor (entire kit < 500cc)
  • 95% detection rate
  • +/- 7.5 degrees bearing accuracy
  • 10% of range accuracy
  • 700 meters detection range (open terrain)
  • RS-232 or USB serial data interface
  • Support for XML, JVMF and CoT
  • Integrated with numerous SA and C4ISR systems including Land Warrior, Nett Warrior and FBCB2
  • Environmentally stress screened during assembly and 100 percent function checked prior to shipment
  • Fully qualified against CE, MIL-STD- 810F ruggedization and MIL-STD-461E EMI/RFI standards
  • CE: Radiated emissions and susceptibility and electrostatic discharge