DroneShield upgrades body-worn drone detection device

US manufacturer DroneShield has released an upgraded version of its body-worn drone detection device RfPatrol MKII. The original RfPatrol released in May 2019 is used by customers around the world.

According to DroneShield, the device is completely passive (non-emitting), increasing the range of customers to whom the product is lawfully available, and also appealing to use cases where the device cannot be detectable to the enemy forces due to having no emissions.

The next generation of the product is approximately 40% smaller in size, with a reduced weight of 800g (including battery), further ruggedization, as well as a range of further enhancements requested by the end users following last 12 months of in-field deployments.

The device can be combined with DroneShield’s Directional Antenna Unit (DAU) to determine the direction of the incoming threat.

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