SAN DIEGO, CA – June 6, 2023 – Genasys Inc. (NASDAQ: GNSS), the global leader in protective communications solutions, today announced a $10.7 million follow-on LRAD® 450XL acoustic hailing devices (AHD) order from the United States Army (Army).
“As the Army’s only AHD provider, our LRAD systems provide unparalleled long-range communication and scalable escalation of force capabilities,” said Richard Danforth, Chief Executive Officer of Genasys Inc. “Military Police, Transportation Security, and Psychological Operations units from the Active, Reserve, and Guard use our LRADs for a wide range of domestic and overseas missions. This program is a testament to the Army’s unwavering commitment to equipping Soldiers with state-of-the-art long-range communication systems to resolve uncertain situations and protect lives.”
Since 2010, Genasys has supplied nearly 5,000 acoustic hailing devices to the U.S. Department of Defense. “Now proven and combat tested, we are actively engaged in developing programs to expand the use of AHDs across additional services and functions,” said David Schnell, VP for Global Hardware Sales.
The low-profile, lightweight LRAD 450XL is designed for temporary or fixed mounting on tripods, vehicles, small vessels, and Common Remotely Operated Weapon Stations. Genasys LRAD systems are deployed in more than 100 countries and 500 US cities in diverse applications, including public safety, law enforcement, defense, border and homeland security, critical infrastructure protection, fire rescue, emergency management, maritime and port security, and wildlife control and preservation.
About Genasys Inc.
Genasys Inc (NASDAQ: GNSS) is the global provider of Protective Communications™ Solutions, offering Genasys Protect™, the first and only complete portfolio of Protective Communications Software and LRAD® long-range communication systems. Through Genasys Protect, the Company serves the following markets and sectors: federal governments and the military; state and local governments, agencies, and education (SLED); and enterprise organizations in critical sectors, including oil and gas, utilities, manufacturing, automotive, and healthcare. Genasys Protective Communications Solutions has a diverse range of applications, including emergency warning and mass notification for public safety, critical event management for enterprise companies, de-escalation for defense and law enforcement, as well as automatic detection of real-time threats, including active shooters and severe weather. Genasys today covers over 70 Million people globally and is used in more than 100 countries, including over 500 cities, counties, and states in the U.S. For more information, visit genasys.com.
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