General Dynamics reports it has developed a new counter-Unmanned Aerial Systems Expeditionary Kit, providing highly mobile C-UAS coverage for remote security requirements, in partnership with Dedrone. “This ruggedized solution allows users to rapidly deploy and setup C-UAS detection to assess UAS threats within a mission Area of Responsibility (AOR) in less than an hour with no tools required,” according to a company statement.
The Counter-Unmanned Aerial System Expeditionary Kit allows users to rapidly deploy and setup Counter-UAS detection to assess threats in less than an hour with no tools required. The full kit consists of an Operational Node, Hub Node, and Remote Nodes.
Dedrone’s DroneTracker software, hosted in the cloud or on-premise, uses Dedrone’s DroneDNA database to recognize and classify RF, WiFi, and autonomous drones. RF sensors provide customers the ability to identify drones intruding into monitored airspace, gain early detection of drones, classify drone characteristics and log incidents. Dedrone’s DedroneDefender counter-UAS device quickly disrupts the adversary’s control of the UAS, neutralizing it and minimizing risk to public safety and damage to the drone.
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