Chess Dynamics secures multimillion Euro contract for counter UAS capability

Chess Dynamics reports a multimillion Euro contract for its AirGuard Counter Unmanned Air System (C-UAS). The scope of the project is to provide four AirGuard C-UAS to be utilised by an international customer in its protection from and defeat of Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS). The systems include multi-sensor detection via passive Radio Frequency Direction Finding (R/F D/F), active 3D radar, coupled with HD Electro Optic sensors. The AirGuard systems will also include combat-proven Electronic Disruptors for complete protection of air base and critical infrastructure. The project is expected to be delivered throughout 2020 and 2021.

The project includes the testing and installation of four AirGuard systems which are fully integrated with an automated alert Command and Control (C2) system and comprise of:

  • Multi-sensor Detection of Active 3D Radar
  • Passive Radio Frequency Direction Finding (R/F D/F)
  • HD Electro Optic Thermal and Day sensors for 24-hour operation
  • Combat proven Electronic Disruptor
  • AI assisted user interface C2 system.

Chess Dynamics’ AirGuard C-UAS can be installed and operated from fixed locations and from mobile platforms and is scalable according to security requirements for each situation. It can also be integrated into existing video management systems and security infrastructure.

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