DroneShield enters training and simulation market with deployable drone simulator for C-UAS testing and validation

Counter drone company DroneShield has introduced a lightweight and rapidly deployable UAS/drone simulator that is able to mimic common drone signals for the purpose of C-UAS system testing and validation. DroneSim is designed to generate aerial (UAV), ground (UGV) and water surface (USV) drone signals.

Constructed within a ruggedized hard case with MIL-SPEC connectors, DroneSim is durable and requires minimal training to install and operate. When connected to a network, DroneSim can be operated remotely. This allows for faster system testing and system testing in environments where drones may be unable to fly, says the DroneShield press release. The GUI allows the user to select between different drone/UAS protocols and requires minimal training to use. The product was developed in response to customer demand.

The product is applicable across military, law enforcement and government agencies.For more information visit:


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