Representatives from UK Trade and Investment Defence and Security Organisation (UKTI DSO) used the DSEI exhibition to showcase various technologies on offer from UK industry.
DSEI 2015: Anti-UAS system unveiled
A trio of UK-based companies will unveil a production ready integrated system designed to detect, track and disrupt unmanned aerial systems (UAS) at this year’s DSEI exhibition in London.
The Anti-UAV Defence System (AUDS) has been developed by Blighter Surveillance Systems, Chess Dynamics and Enterprise Control Systems and is focused on the growing threat of micro, mini and larger UAS.
‘When we used to hear about drones or UAVs on the news, it used to be large military aircraft,’ explained Mark Radford, CEO of Blighter Surveillance Systems. ‘But the focus has entirely changed to commercial drones, hobbyist drones, and the fact …
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