As little as two to three years ago, if you told government security officials and defence policy makers that aerial drones (hereafter “drones”) will pose a threat to national security and public safety this prediction might have fallen on deaf ears.
HE EVOLVING THREAT OF DRONES Drone technology has advanced significantly opening up a whole new world of possibilities; however, in the wrong hands, it can easily become an unexpected and lethal weapon.
SKYLOCK has today launched its cutting-edge anti-drone system, which provides effective solutions against these threats.
Skylock, part of Israel’s Avnon Group, was among the numerous companies offering anti-drone systems at this year’s Eurosatory exhibition.
During the launch of the latest version, SkyLock explained that these three systems represent three separate layers of protection.
The growth in counter-UAS systems has followed an increase in the availability of inexpensive consumer or commercial platforms that pose security threats for industrial facilities, transport hubs and elsewhere.