Danish company MyDefence has disclosed that its newly integrated vehicle-based counter-unmanned aircraft system (C-UAS) solution will undergo evaluation at the NATO Non-Lethal Technology Exercise (NNTEX-18) in December.
The news follows an announcement on 13 November that the company had completed integration of its C-UAS solution on board a General Dynamics Land Systems Light Armoured Vehicle (LAV), which enables users to “detect and defeat enemy drones used for reconnaissance or as weapon delivery systems”.
The NATO exercise, scheduled to be held on 5–7 December at Quantico, Virginia, is to feature an LAV fitted with MyDefence’s 360° On-The-Move RF sensors, which the company said can detect and defeat enemy UASs by searching for control signals and video feeds out to a range of 1-2 km, depending on the environment.
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