SRC demonstrates on-the-move C-UAS technology at US Air Force base

US manufacturer SRC recently demonstrated an on-the-move configuration of its Silent Archer Counter-Unmanned Aircraft System (C-UAS) technology at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida. According to an SRC press release, the solution integrated systems from partner companies; Persistent Systems, Copious Imaging, and Defense Research Associates, to demonstrate the only on-the-move counter-UAS solution during the event. The Silent Archer technology detected, tracked, and defeated UAS while moving using integrated radar, optical, electronic warfare (EW) and cyber sub-systems.

SRC’s Silent Archer counter-UAS technology is a system of systems designed for rapid deployment. The on-the-move configuration consists of SRC’s SkyChaser radar, counter-UAS camera systems, multi-mission EW system, tactical radio, and mobile decision framework to detect, track, classify, and defeat hostile UAS. The Silent Archer on-the-move configuration is designed to be modular and can be reconfigured with different sensors and effectors to adapt to specific mission requirements.

(Image: SRC Silent Archer)

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