The devices are a high-reliability solution adaptable for light, unmanned and armoured vehicles.
Howling success for Coyote reusable non-kinetic effector
Raytheon Missiles & Defense expects to conduct more trials of its Coyote Block 3 non-kinetic effector this year following a successful test in December 2020 (a development announced on 21 July 2021), and the company hopes to reach production soon for its Coyote Block 2 launch system.
The Coyote Block 3 effector is a substantial change from the Coyote Block 2 kinetic effector; the latter more closely resembles a rocket, whereas the former looks more like the original Coyote UAV on which Coyote Block 1 was based.
Coyote Block 3 is interoperable with the Fixed-Site Low, Slow Unmanned Aerial …
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