Australia’s DroneShield announced that its DroneSentry-X counter-UAS (C-UAS) detect-and-defeat system successfully completed a demonstration during an exercise with the United States Navy. The system was deployed on the Stiletto maritime demonstration boat for a period of six weeks, successfully completing a wide range of performance and evaluation metrics. The system demonstrated overall detection capability, detection and defeat ranges, on-the-move operation in various sea states, and effectiveness against drone swarms, involving a wide range of robotic and unmanned threats.
Oleg Vornik, CEO of DroneShield, said “DroneSentry-X provides an unmatched capability and spectrum awareness for moving and fixed site platforms against a wide range of threats. We are pleased to complete this demonstration supporting an important part of the US Navy’s mission.”
DroneSentry-X is a high-performance detection and optional mitigation solution adaptable for a wide range of operational environments and applications including ground mobility operations, maritime security as well as fixed-site base requirements. DroneSentry-X is powered by RFAI, DroneShield’s cutting-edge AI/ML signal detection and classification engine, providing unparalleled performance in the C-UAS space. DroneSentry-X’s open architecture and interoperability allows users to easily integrate DroneSentry-X with other solutions to further enhance existing mission systems or counter-UAS capabilities. The successful demonstration validates other recent DroneSentry-X evaluations by the US Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, and both federal and state law enforcement agencies.