Shelter A.P.R. Predator

Shelter & Special Container

General Info

Analysis cell A.P.R. Predator

The system is essentially composed of the following Mobile Field Infrastructures:

ISO 20 ‘Standard Shelter = Equipment Room

This Shelter is appointed to host all TLC assets plus the ” serving ” part of the EAD component. The EAD component, which is in turn composed of 2 parts, deals with secure and non-secure information separately. Therefore this shelter has been adequately made immune from RF emissions with specific protection and filtering measures.

The TLC component allows interconnections with military networks and the use of voice and data services must be removable and removable for easy maintenance

Self-supporting ISO 20 ‘Expandable Shelter = Operating Room

This Shelter is appointed to host the ‘Client’ part of the EAD component or the ‘Operating and Analysis Room’. Like the fixed shelter, adequate countermeasures have been taken, with appropriate protection and filtering devices to reduce the RF emissions from here in order to protect the secure information processed.

The shelter is able to accommodate 6 seated operators, each at their own station, for a total of 12 people during the meeting.


  • Air-powered trolley-mounted generator set 50KVA
  • Air Transportable Generator Set (Escort) 8KVA
  • External Connection Panel
  • Main System Features:
  • l Autonomous or external power supply with automatic exchange;
  • Autonomous conditioning capacity of operating environments;
  • Operate in all weather and atmospheric conditions, even in adverse climatic environments such as desert, tropical, subpolar and alpine areas;
  • Limit / mask the electromagnetic emissions of the electronic components to the maximum;
  • Predisposition to operate in an NBC environment
  • Have autonomous mimicry skills on the ground;
  • Quickly risen in any operating context.
  • Container platforms according to ISO668 1C (ISO 20ft) standard
  • C130H / J aircraft in pressurized and non-pressurized compartment (loading without the aid of external k-loaders)
  • Ship limited to the transport of shelters without any load on the roof (not stackable)
  • Train (fixing by I / F or belts and chains).
  • Operating temperature: -32 ° C to + 55 ° C (according to ASTM1925-99);
  • Wind: gusts up to 130 Km / h
  • Hail: up to 30 mm max diameter (according to ASTM1925-99)
  • Salt spray 0.75 ng / m3
  • 100% humidity for 4 hours, 97% for 20 hours (according to ASTM1925-99)
  • Rain> 40 mm / h with inclination up to 90 °