US Army selects BlueHalo’s Titan portable counter drone systems in USD4m order

The US Department of Defense has awarded BlueHalo a USD4 million order for its Titan Counter-Unmanned Aerial System (C-UAS) kits.

The award is in support of an elite unit within the conventional US Army and will be used to defeat enemy drones on the battlefield abroad and at secure locations in the US, providing fixed-site and mobile force protection says the company press release. The decision to invest in Titan systems was made following demonstrations at Government evaluations based on both efficacy and ease of use by warfighters.

Titan is a portable, deployable system that creates a secure perimeter, provides automated identification and mitigates threats for major commercial and hobbyist control protocols and frequency bands. Utilizing Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Titan can detect and respond using adaptive, escalating countermeasures that minimize collateral impact to nearby communications. This AI foundation assists Titan in matching or outpacing evolving threats and provides layered C-UAS defence. The system can be mission-capable in under two minutes, requires no signals expertise or extensive training, and represents low operator cognitive load. Additionally, Titan’s detection and escalating defeat technology is capable of managing multi-drone or swarm scenarios.

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