Unmanned Vehicles

PREMIUM: Laser-based technology seeks to plug C-UAS gap in border security

19th March 2020 - 13:30 GMT | by Joe Charlaff in Jerusalem


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Recent Israeli media reports indicate that the Light Blade (Lahav-Or) counter-UAS (C-UAS) system, developed by startup company OptiDefense, showed impressive results in field trials against balloons launched from the Gaza Strip.

The laser-based Light Blade was developed by three civilian engineers working with researchers from Ben-Gurion University, the technology branch ...

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