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MARSS reveals plans for new counter-drone UAV and roadmap for Interceptor

13th September 2023 - 10:00 GMT | by Damian Kemp in London

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The Interceptor MR is undergoing flight trials. (Image: MARSS)

MARSS expects to begin testing its Interceptor Medium Range (MR) UAS against Class 2 UAVs later this year in Cornwall UK and has revealed details on the Interceptor Short Range (SR) UAS with soldier-carried deployment system.

The Interceptor MR was launched as a concept in March 2022 during the World Defense Show in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and development since then has seen the company integrate much of the target identification and intelligence of its NiDAR C-UAS system into the Interceptor MR.

The Interceptor SR is a scaled-down version of Interceptor MR and is about half the size but only one-sixth of the weight. While the larger system is designed to protect static sites, whether military or critical civilian infrastructure and linked to NiDAR, Interceptor SR is designed to operate from a vehicle or by a dismounted

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Damian Kemp

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Damian Kemp has worked in the defence media for 25 years covering military aircraft, defence …

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