Camero is a part of SK Group owned by Mr. Samy Katsav. Camero is a pioneer and leader in the development, manufacturing and marketing of Micro Power UWB Radio Imaging Systems, specialized in ‘Sense Through The Wall’(STTW) applications. Camero’s resources draw on decades of experience providing through-the-wall solutions to major government agencies. The company has a solid track record of technological innovation and delivering timely solutions.

Company's Solutions

Camero-Tech provides a range of ‘Sense-Through-The-Wall’ radar detection and imaging systems to military, special forces, and search & rescue agencies, successfully operated in more than 50 countries worldwide:

  • The Xaver™1000 is the new generation of the Camero Xaver™ product line equipped with an AI-based tracking of live target patterns and a real-time 3D ‘Sense-Through The Wall’ imaging device that enables the detection of live objects (static or dynamic) behind walls and building obstacles. The Xaver™1000 provides an unprecedented resolution of body parts and position: sitting, standing, lying down, and the height of the live objects. The Xaver™1000 is optimized for tactical and ISR operations by gathering mission-critical accurate real-time information such as number of people and their distance from the system, target height and orientation, room general layout, including dimensions and major infrastructure elements
  • The Xaver™ LR 40 (XLR 40) detects live objects through walls from a distance of 50 meters and beyond. The system, optimized for urban and rural operations gathers accurate mission-critical — real-time intel on live objects hidden behind walls, while set up at a safe distance.
  • The Xaver™ LR 80 (XLR 80) enables to detect live objects through the wall more than 100 m away. The system is optimized for urban and rural operations, by gathering mission-critical, accurate real-time information of live objects hidden beyond walls, while staying far away in a safe position by providing mission-critical information for Tactical and ISR use, in a non-line of sight situation from long distances, the XLR 80 creates an unprecedented life-saving situational awareness picture, a clear operational advantage and the ability to “step into the known”.
  • The XaverTM 100 is an ultra-portable, handheld and durable presence of life detector. The XaverTM 100 provides military, law enforcement and Search & Rescue personnel critical information in real-time about the presence of life and its distance behind a wall, enabling better tactical decision-making in various operational scenarios such as: Anti-terror, Anti narcotic, Hostage Situation, Urban Combat and disasters such as collapsed buildings.
  • The Xaver™ 400 allows quick location of people hidden by walls and barriers, enabling tactical teams to step into the known and obtain mission-critical information.
  • The Xaver™ 400 is a compact, lightweight, and durable personal device, optimized for the speed of tactical entries. The Xaver™ 400 gives special ops and rescue forces critical information in real-time about the number of people and their location behind a wall. Simple to operate, the Xaver™ 400 provides vital information when and where it is needed.
  • The XaverNet™ system is a remote wireless ToughPad that works in combination with Xaver™ 100 and Xaver™ 400 systems. It enables the user to receive real time visual data and fully control up to four Xaver systems simultaneously from a distance of up to 100m LOS, and toggle between the systems without being exposed to the target zone, making the operation safer for the operating team

Prominent Case Study

Special Force (in a Western European country) Deploying Xaver 400 in real life operation

Scenario Background:

  • Schizophrenic individual armed with two firearms barricaded inside a two-floor supermarket.
  • The suspect located himself on the second floor and covered all windows resulting zero visibility for the operational forces outside.

Operating teams:

  1. Negotiation team
  2. SWAT team

Duration of operation: 24 hours from first call until neutralizing the suspect Operational Testimonial:
The first part of the operation was handled by the negotiation team as the SWAT team prepared its operational move.

After hours of unsuccessful negotiations, the SWAT team entered the first floor in order to pinpoint the exact location of the suspect on the second floor using the Xaver 400.

The SWAT team used the Xaver 400 vertically through the ceiling of the first floor.

The Xaver 400 worked perfectly during the 24 hours of operation, as it enabled the team to track the suspect movement on the second floor each and every second of the operation.

The information was sent throughout radio communication to all of the teams involved.

As the observation team tracked the suspect movement, the breaching team was preparing to breach in to the second floor according to the ongoing information they received.

At some point the breaching team got their green light and breached in and neutralized the suspect at the exact location that the observation team reported a second before.


The Xaver 400 was crucial for the commander in charge to make operational decisions at each and every second of the operation.

The information gathered with the Xaver 400 and shared with the operational teams involved, ended up this operation in a great success.