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DroneShield and Allen Vanguard announce partnership
DroneShield and Allen-Vanguard announced on 23 February a partnership to develop systems featuring C-UAS and C-IED capacities.
DroneShield is a provider of AI-based platforms for protection against advanced threats such as drones and autonomous systems
Its solutions include multi-mission AI-powered C-UAS platforms such as RfPatrolTM body-worn sensor, DroneGunTM portable countermeasure, DroneSentry-XTM on-the-move system and DroneSentry base protection system.
Allen-Vanguard is a supplier of C-IED solutions with facilities in the UK and North America. Its portfolio of solutions has been bolstered in recent years by the ANCILETM C-UAS system.
According to a press release, many customers have mission sets that require both C-UAS and C-IED systems, and combined solutions can provide a more complete offering.
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