Cambridge Consultantsâ€™ latest version of its Prism radar line is a lightweight device designed to fit inside a backpack.
The user can inconspicuously loiter against the side of building, and the Prism 200c will scan the interior using ultra-wideband signals. The system can see through wood, bricks and concrete—providing a 3D view objects, rooms and any humans moving around inside. The data is then wirelessly transmitted to a laptop or mobile device for analysis.
The question is, could the Osama raid have been planned using information gleaned from a teenager leaning against the compound, playing Angry Birds and drinking a Mtn. Dew?