RfPatrol certified by EC electromagnetic directive
DroneShield’s RfPatrol passive body-worn unmanned aerial vehicle detector has been certified as compliant by the European Commission Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive.
The means that the RfPatrol conforms to the requirements for ‘CE’ marking of the product to be sold within the European Economic Area.
Certification was obtained in response to user feedback for DroneShield, which claims that the system is receiving a high level of interest from both military and civilian customers.
‘RfPatrol is expected to appeal to a wide range of users due to its portable size, cost competitive pricing and passive nature,’ Oleg Vornik, CEO of DroneShield, said.
‘Non-military markets such as sports and public venues, commercial and VIP security and critical infrastructure are an important part of our business, and achieving the CE certification is an important part of European market adoption process.
‘We believe this is the world's first counter-drone product that has achieved CE compliance certification.’
More from Uncrewed Vehicles
SpearUAV’s Viper family of loitering munitions has been developed to provide effects across multiple domains.
The UK has outlined a strategy on how it will spend billions of dollars on uncrewed systems over the next decade as it transitions to a more mixed force of crewed and uncrewed platforms.
The Spike FireFly saw operational use in the West Bank and Gaza Strip in 2023 which has led to increased interest in the loitering munition.
The funding towards the MQ-28A Ghost Bat will facilitate the delivery of three Block 2 aircraft with enhanced design and improved capabilities.
The Swedish Home Guard has received Anafi UAVs from Parrot to enhance surveillance and defence capabilities in various conditions.
World Defense Show 2024: Teledyne FLIR develops large CUAS to be sent for service in Ukraine and Middle East
Teledyne FLIR has released information on its new large CUAS system and has also displayed its ThermoSight HISS-HD at World Defense Show 2024.