Three-year extension continues maintenance and training support for the ScanEagle UAS in Australia.
Red Sky neutralises drone threats
A short-range drone defense system, Red Sky 2, developed by Israeli Military Industries (IMI) has been sold to the government of Thailand for protecting strategic facilities.
The system was used to protect the participants of the funeral of the King of Thailand in October 2017 and IMI is now looking towards future applications for the system.
Recently the system’s capabilities have been expanded to better cope with drones’ growing threat including a soft defense capability in a narrow beam that matches the operational needs of airports, while maintaining functional continuity of departure and landing flight schedule, as well as …
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