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Milipol Asia 2017: Drone Dome operational in Asia
Fearing copycat weaponised UAVs such as those used by ISIS, and learning from security breaches in various countries, many potential Asian customers are considering Rafael's Drone Dome system to protect installations and key events.
Despite only being unveiled in April 2016, the Drone Dome is already operational in an unspecified Asian country.
'As these drones are so easily accessible and easy to operate, it will grow furthermore as a threat,' said Meir Ben Shaya, Rafael's C4I business development manager. 'Many Asian customers understand this.'
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