Flex Force’s latest Dronebuster hand-held counter drone device features satellite navigation

Flex Force Enterprises has launched a new Dronebuster SNA hand-held drone countermeasure. The Dronebuster SNA provides a satellite navigation attack feature used in lieu of, or in combination with, existing full spectrum jamming already available in the Dronebuster. The size, weight and ease-of-use of the system was also focus of the design team, with existing Dronebuster controls maintained while hardening the housing. The new system is both programmable and interfaceable with other C-UAS sensors, says the company press release.

Since delivering its first Dronebuster over five years ago, Flex Force reports ongoing design improvements to the Dronebuster to improve performance. Flex Force has continued to work with end-users to understand requirements and release product capabilities that increase performance and reliability while maintaining ease-of-use. The Dronebuster has sold over 1200 systems around the world. Flex Force Chief Engineer George Schwartz noted, “Adding this navigation attack capability while maintaining the jamming performance was a remarkable achievement by our engineering team. This new Dronebuster SNA provides significantly improved capability while shrinking the size & weight of an already market-leading system.” The Dronebuster is marketed for authorised US Government and International Government users only. Flex Force will have the Dronebuster SNA at the upcoming Counter UAS Summit in Alexandria, VA 17-18 August 2022 and EW LIVE 22 event in Estonia in September

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