At the DSEI defence and security exhibition in London next week, sensor house Hensoldt will focus visitor attention on a range of innovative solutions to provide operators with situational awareness across all domains.
On the ground – the domain most relevant to the C-UAS community – the Multi Utility Vehicle (MUV) will have the Multifunctional Self-Defence System (MUSS) embarked as well as the See-Through Armour System (SETAS). In addition, the company’s Ceretron solution combines sensors, fusing their data streams and processing them quickly, providing an AI-supported operational picture to vehicle crews and enabling faster, smarter decision-making.
The capabilities of ground-based radar are further enhanced by Hensoldt’s TwinSens solution. Combining its own TRML-40 air defence radar and Twinvis passive radar, the powerful solution protects air defence systems against hostile interference by reducing active emissions and thereby reducing the possibility of detection. Portable battlefield radar sensors from the SPEXER family will also be on display, designed to deliver early, precise detection and target classification data for effective engagement of asymmetric threats.
- Unmanned Airspace journalists will be attending the DSEI 2023 event. If you want to arrange a meeting please contact Philip at Philip@unmannedairspace.info.
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(Image: Combining two proven systems, the TwinSens solution offers unique operational advantages. Credit: Hensoldt)