Citadel Defense to deliver C-UAS solution
Citadel Defense has received a contract from the US Defense Logistics Agency to deliver its Titan counter-UAS (C-UAS) solution in support of the US Special Operations Command, the company announced on 16 April.
Citadel's Titan is a mobile system that provides fixed site, man-packable and on-the-move protection against the threat posed by UAS. Titan can detect controller, video and WiFi links for individual UAS and swarms. The system securely tracks and stores data in order to give users a better understanding of threats.
Christopher Williams, chief executive officer, Citadel Defense, said: ‘Through a close partnership with users, Citadel Defense delivers a drone protection solution for customers that is constantly improving, constantly incorporating user feedback, and constantly adapting to meet future threats and outpace our adversaries.’
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