Radescan S.L., a company from Spain, is a high-tech specialist in the field of radiolocation. Radescan employs an international team of professional engineers and programmers working on latest radar technologies. Replacing the traditional rotating radars Radescan presents the next generation of digital radars bearing considerable improvements both in technology and usage. RASTR© (RAdio Scanner of TRacks) system is used to track moving objects on both land and water surface. It is also used to control communication lines, such as pipelines, electricity lines and railroads. The detection happens in real-time and presents the user with various sets of data such as the object’s speed, range, type and radar cross-section (RCS).

One of the main advantages of the RASTR© digital radar is drastic energy efficiency allowing for longer usage of the devices and prolonging it’s lifespan. This means lower cost of acquisition and usage. Additionally, maintenance cost is also lower, as the low-energy usage improves longevity and thus reliability of the digital radar.

Another advantage comes from the long radiated signals emitted by the radar. The long radiated signals contribute to the Doppler resolution, thus allowing for more accurate information gathering of the device.

Next, unlike the traditional rotating radar, the digital radar doesn’t rely on massive rotating mechanical parts. It’s entirely electronic, with no moving parts and smaller in size, which also lowers the cost of acquisition and maintenance.


  • Low (cell phone-level) radiated emissions
  • All-weather operation
  • Easy to install and maintain
  • Ultra-high reliability
  • Low power consumption and safe supply voltage (DC 12V), with ability to operate from solar batteries
  • High detection probability with ultra-rapid output information update and rapid new track detection
  • Low false alarm probability with adaptive algorithms for clutter suppression of flora on land surface, or waves on water surface
  • Object-type identification
  • Long-distance detection with programmable creation of detection zones
  • Ability to deploy networks of RASTR©, with or without mutual coverage of operating sectors
  • Optional autonomous operation with simple instrumental operator interface in Windows 7 or XP operating system
  • Open and simple output protocol for integration with external information networks, including integration with optical and infrared devices or already-deployed security systems