KEAS is expanding its offering and launching the digital versions of its flagship products: the MinKa anti-drone system and the BLOCKio mobile communication jammer.
The vehicle-mounted digital MinKa-750D and mobile analog MinKam-715 anti-drone jammers are equipped with seven frequency ranges at 50 and 15W per band respectively.
“The mobile MinKam-715 (44 lb. cabin case form factor) and the digital on-board MinKa-750D are designed to protect sensitive sites such as prisons, G7-type events, convoys, and military zones,” says a company press release. “Equipped with omnidirectional or directional antennas, they can neutralize all the frequencies used by known civilian drones, while allowing other RF equipment used by frontline staff to work. Three models are available: jamming on detection, detection only or continuous jamming. The units can also be controlled via a tablet or a C2 command and control API. The benefit of using digital technology lies in the improved performance and real-time configurability in the field.
In early 2022 CERBAIR and KEAS won a contract for “the acquisition and maintenance of a solution for the detection, characterization and neutralization of drones (DCND) in penitentiary establishments located in metropolitan France metropolitan and overseas”.