Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has been awarded a contract to produce DroneGuard ComJam techniques for the long-range detection and disruption of Unmanned Aerial Methods (UAS) to an Asian nation. The contract contains a number of dozens of cellular techniques. No monetary particulars have been disclosed.
IAI’s ELTA Division has developed DroneGuard ComJam, which is a complicated system for finding and disrupting UAS communications and navigation capabilities, whether or not they’re working independently or in teams (swarms), with out impacting civilian communications and GPS in the identical space. The system detects hostile UAS, identifies their mode of operation, and disrupts their communications and navigation in order that they’re primarily shut down. DroneGuard ComJam provides the benefit of long-range operation, whereby the UAS is disabled whereas it’s nonetheless far-off – lengthy earlier than it poses a menace to the protected web site.
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Lots of of IAI’s DroneGuard techniques have already been delivered to clients all over the world, the place they’re used to guard vital installations, and have been deployed at main occasions such because the G20 Summit held in Argentina in 2018.
IAI/ELTA Intelligence, Communications & EW Division VP and normal supervisor Adi Dulberg stated, “IAI’s Digital Warfare techniques are a force-multiplier when coping with trendy airborne threats. They’re a key element in operational deployment by armies and safety forces worldwide. Unauthorized border penetration by hostile UAS, or the power to focus on maneuvering forces or crowded areas, might trigger important hurt. Our buyer’s means to defend towards such threats might be considerably enhanced by the long-range detection and disruption capabilities that DroneGuard ComJam delivers.”
Revealed by Globes, Israel enterprise information – en.globes.co.il – on September 5, 2022.
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