Australia selects DroneShield's RfPatrol detection device
DroneShield has announced that it has won an Australian Department of Defence tender to provide portable unmanned aerial system detection devices.
Following an open tender, a contract worth some AUS$700,000 for the company’s RfPatrol was awarded, and will include a combination of an initial purchase price and an annual subscription component, with products expected to be delivered this year.
‘DroneShield's RfPatrol is a world-leading portable counter-drone detection device, designed and made here in Australia,’ Oleg Vornik, CEO of DroneShield, said.
‘We are excited about our products protecting the Australian military and look forward to continuing our relationship with the Australian Department of Defence.’
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