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Sydney-based DroneShield has released the DroneSentry-X Mk2 at the Association of the United States Army Annual Meeting and Exposition (AUSA 2023) in Washington, DC. The new system is a multi-mission Counter-UAS solution for mobile and expeditionary fixed-site applications. The company says DroneSentry-X supports passive detection, identification and tracking of multi-domain uncrewed systems.
DroneSentry-X integrates DroneShield’s advanced multi-mission AI/ML technology, RFAI for passive, non-intrusive detection with its new electronic countermeasure (ECM) technology, RFAI-ATK (RFAI “Attack”) which provides operators with the ability to detect, identify, track, and defeat (uncrewed systems from a single self-contained, intuitive system. DroneSentry-X Mk2 is the first platform in the Counter-UAS industry to offer RFAI-ATK.
The launch of DroneSentry-X follows extensive research and development incorporating end-user feedback on the primary feature sets, performance requirements, user interface, and interoperable must-haves, says DroneShield. It comes with an embedded RFAI user interface for local and tactical level situational awareness, while supporting Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) best practices for seamless integration with existing system of systems and third-party sensors, effectors, and command and control (C2) platforms.
Initial deliveries of DroneSentry-Xunder received orders will commence later this month, says DroneShield.