Drone Defence: Putting C-UAS Technologies to the Test (Studio)
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Counter-UAS is a growing focus for Raytheon Missiles & Defense, notably through its KuRFS radar and Coyote family of effectors.
Adversaries have a wide range of threats at their disposal, including missiles, aircraft and UAS.
Raytheon Missiles & & Defense’s systems help its customers address this complex threat, explains Tom Laliberty, Vice President of Land Warfare and Air Defense at the Raytheon Technologies business.
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