Drone detection and countermeasure manufacturer DroneShield has announced the release of “a multi-mission Counter-UAS solution”, named DroneSentry-X Mk2, which debuts at this week’s Association of the United States Army Annual Meeting and Exposition (AUSA 2023.)
In an announcement on Monday morning (Australian time) ahead of the Washington, DC event, DroneShield said the new UAS solution could be mounted to standard vehicle roof racks, on military vehicles, surface vessels, and unmanned mobile platforms, and will be the first product to integrate with RFAI ATK countermeasure technology.
RFAI is the company’s proprietary signal detection and classification engine. According to DroneShield, RFAI ATK allows users “to detect, identify, track, and defeat… [unmanned aerial systems] from a single self-contained, intuitive system”.
“The launch of DroneSentry-X follows extensive research and development incorporating end-user feedback on the primary feature sets, performance requirements, user interface, and interoperable must-haves,” the company added.
“With interoperability in mind, the DroneSentry-X comes with an embedded RFAI user interface for local and tactical level situational awareness, while supporting Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) best practices for seamless integration with existing system of systems and third-party sensors, effectors, and command and control (C2) platforms.”
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