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What does GSR stand for?

GSR stands for Ground Surveillance Radar


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PRODUCT INNOVATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS II-45 Navtech Radar Introduces New Incident Detection Radar II-45 IAI Launches Instrumentation Test-Range Radar Systems II-45 Rockwell Collins Launches New Weather Radar II-45 Cassidian Launches New Ground Surveillance Radar II-45 Cassidian Launches New Naval Radar II-45 Kelvin Hughes to Unveil New Naval Radar for Watercraft in Asia II-45 Thales Unveils New Naval Radar Electronic Surveillance Solution II-46 Garmin Launches New Weather Radar Systems II-46 FLIR Systems Launches New Long-Range Radars II-46 6.
ART or Advanced Radar Technologies is the leading Spanish technology company in high performance ground surveillance radars, integrated multi-sensor surveillance and command & control systems for critical infrastructure protection and border surveillance.
The Polish Army would even receive 27 Rosomak R-1 armoured reconnaissance vehicles, featuring ground surveillance radar sets; 61 R-2 armoured reconnaissance vehicles; 33 Rosomak-WRT engineering reconnaissance vehicles; 17 Rosomak-WPT engineering vehicles; 11 Rosomak-RSK NBC reconnaissance vehicles; and 12 air defence command vehicles.
The package includes the establishment of a 17-billion-dollar Alliance Ground Surveillance system, in which NATO countries will purchase five Block 40 Global Hawk unmanned aircraft equipped with an advanced ground surveillance radar sensor as well as the associated command and control base stations.
Pilots approaching a runway equipped with Runway Status Lights will see red lights illuminated if the airport's ground surveillance radar detects traffic on or approaching that runway.
Various sensors can monitor chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear agents, as well as CCTV, access control, and ground surveillance radar.