The use of Drones to cause damage and disruption is becoming ever more prevalent throughout the world.
Terrorists have used them to carry and deploy explosive charges to critical infrastructure sites causing extensive damage and loss of life.
They have also been used to cause significant disruption at airports resulting in the shutting down of operations for long periods causing flight delays and lost revenue.
There have been incidents were Drones have been used to deploy contraband items to prisoners.
Drones can also be used to provide surveillance of restricted areas facilitating espionage or the planning of intrusions.
Our solutions include wide area radar for tracking multiple low flying drone targets with ranges up to 10km for small drones.
Tracking can be integrated into a wider anti-drone defence solution incorporating surveillance cameras and drone inhibiting equipment.
The 1km Portable Anti-Drone system is designed to disable hostile unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), it utilises radio waves to take the drone down without causing any damage to it.
By using RF bands, the drone will follow its programmed lost link protocol, likely using satellite navigation to return to its point of origin.
If GNSS disruption is enabled, the drone can no longer return to its point of origin, so its only option is to land.
The WG Fixed & Rapid Deployable Anti-Drone Solutions are designed to disable hostile unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), it utilises radio waves to take the drone down without causing any damage to it.
This system has a total weight of less than 200kg, it can be erected on a dedicated mast for rapid deployment in the field, it can also be fixed to various mobile platforms such as vehicles and ships through special mounting brackets and fixed to buildings such as high-voltage power poles and towers etc.