India’s Grene Robotics has launched what it calls “the world’s only autonomous wide-area anti-drone or counter-unmanned aircraft system (C-UAS)” – Indrajaal.
According to the Deccan Chronicle:
“Indrajaal, an advancement in drone defence technology, was unveiled in Hyderabad in the presence of Uttarakhand Governor Lt. Gen. (retd) Gurmit Singh on Saturday, with Grene Robotics also commencing its demonstration. Officials said that this is the world’s only autonomous wide-area anti-drone or counter-unmanned aircraft system (C-UAS). They said it would change the standing of India in the landscape of defence technology, as this is the world’s only anti-drone system capable of protecting against micro, mini, small, large and extra-large drones.
“The company said the development comes against the backdrop of India encountering a significant surge in hostile UAV activity over the past two years, with several attempts made to drop weapons, money and narcotics across international borders.”
According to the company’s website, Indrajaal is a network of sensors and mitigation systems designed to detect and mitigate the full range of drone threats, in civil and military environments.
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