Danish manufacturer MyDefence has launched ruggedised versions of its networked drone detection and mitigation products. According to the company, all the products in the new ruggedised-series are designed for use on military and civilian vehicles or vessels where mechanical stress is at a maximum. They are designed to withstand vibration and shock along with a range of harsh environmental conditions including dust, salt, and solar radiation. Furthermore, they employ enhanced electromagnetically shielding to avoid radio frequency emission and complies with MIL-STD-461. They are powered by PoE and are fitted with a vibration dampening mount, which makes them easy to install. The set-up can be operated from MyDefence C2 system or integrated into existing C2- and battle management systems.
For drone detection, the ruggedized passive Watchdog 150 and 250 can be used either separately or in combination. They are both RF sensors capable of detecting control- and video signals from UAVs (drones) and drone controllers for a broad range of commercial and do-it-yourself (DIY) drones. They provide alarms and bearing (direction) to the drone as well as information on drone model, protocol, and vendor. When combining multiple sensors, the bearing information can be used to triangulate the geolocation of both the drone and controller.
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