The Anti-UAV Defense System Disables Robotic Aircrafts with Radio Waves

By: Michael Hemsworth - Oct 11, 2015
References: blighter & gizmag
The skies are filled with more UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) than ever before and this potential for security breaches isn't being taken lightly by a variety of brands including Blighter Surveillance Systems who have created the Anti-UAV Defense System (AUDS) to instantly disable any incoming drones entering restricted airspace. Designed to look like a cannon of sorts that can be affixed to the ground or a vehicle, the AUDS is designed to quickly and effortlessly take out drones before they become an imminent threat or invade the airspace.

Speaking on the capabilities of the AUDS, Graham Beall explains, "Our system has been developed to address this urgent operational requirement and has been successful in government sponsored counter-UAV trials, detecting, and disrupting a variety of fixed and rotary wing drones in under 15 seconds. The new capabilities further enhances the system's suitability for countering rogue or malicious unmanned aircraft systems."