Lund-based company Exensor, which develops ground sensor systems for military applications, has been sold to the French company Bertin Technologies.

Exensor has customers around the world, mainly defense agencies in Europe, such as the Swedish Armed Forces. The company's system uses ground sensors, infrared heat and radar to detect intrusion in infrastructure or sheltered sites.

The heart of its system is the network, which connects sensors and cameras. Sensors can detect movements, and distinguish people, animals and objects from each other.

Through Bertin Technologies, which specializes in camera technology, the company hopes to strengthen its position and benefit from the new owner's customer base.

"Especially in the US, Asia and the Middle East. Technical capacity and sales will increase and the merger will improve our market opportunities," said CEO Christian Gravengaard, as reported by Breakit.

Read more: Breakit (Swedish)

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