US Army selects CACI fixed/semi-fixed counter drone system

The US Army’s Joint Counter-Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems office (C-sUAS) Office (JCO) has selected its CORIAN system to protect Department of Defense (DoD) personnel and facilities against threats from unmanned aircraft systems/drones.

According to a CACI press release, CORIAN is one of three fixed/semi-fixed systems approved for use by the DoD, identified as providing “the best performance and capability mix during the assessment.” DoD’s criteria for selecting systems for current use and future research and testing included system effectiveness, usability, sustainment, and integration.

CORIAN is a modular, scalable mission technology system which detects, identifies, tracks, and mitigates UAS threats using neutralisation techniques that ensure little to no collateral damage to the surrounding radio frequency (RF) spectrum and existing communications. CORIAN combines group 1-3 drone detection and mitigation ranges with DoD’s C-sUAS signal library to keep pace with UAS threats.

DoD designated the Army JCO as the executive agent for C-sUAS to identify and prioritize shared gaps in technology and plans, and to work with industry to discern emerging technologies, address challenges, increase efficiencies, and promote competition in future technology development and procurement activities.

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