Most off-the-shelf drones are controlled by the pilot or operator remotely; however, advanced drones and UAS platforms have smarter navigation attributes such as “return-home” navigation, position holding and autonomous flight using GPS/GPS/GNSS. The use of autonomous drones to carry out attacks and surveillance missions continue to rise; security operators seek effective counter-drone measures (C-UAS), effective […]
Portable and cost-effective, DRONELOCK is an autonomous multi-rotor, using kinetic energy and sophisticated C-UAS tracking to detect intercept and neutralise hostile drones, using proprietary onboard AI and advanced machine vision processing. DRONELOCK is used to intercept a single target or a drone swarm. DRONELOCK is an easy-to-operate, beyond visual line-of-sight C-UAS solution that can operate as a standalone unit or […]
The drone market continues to grow rapidly as new technologies are developed. Drones are becoming faster, with long flight endurance and the ability to carry heavier payloads. Used in many industries, drones have become a part of both military and urban landscape. Unfortunately, they can be turned into deadly weapons in the wrong hands, from […]
The KNIGHT DOME is the first and only hand-held counter UAS, counter drone technology that employs software-defined radio – SDR. This technology enables military and security forces to thwart drones’ use by enemy combatants for surveillance, direct attack, IED or other devices on friendly forces. Compact and lightweight, the KNIGHT DOME facilitates rapid deployment by ground force personnel […]
SKYBEAM counters Remote Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS). The system has radio modules for most popular RPAS control, video and GPS frequencies. The RF module works only in the selected frequency range and does not interfere with other legitimate service providers; additional modules are available for specific requirements. Weighing only 6kg the system is fully mobile. […]
The RF drone signal jammer blocks the connection between the hostile drone’s video, telemetry, command, control and navigation systems and the device’s operator. By jamming the communication channels, the drone is effectively disabled and forced back to its home base or grounded at its current location.