DroneShield introduces RfPatrol MKII UAS detection system

Australian firm DroneShield has released a new version of its wearable RfPatrol unmanned aerial system (UAS) detection device, with the latest system being smaller, lighter, and more advanced than its predecessor.

The RfPatrol MKII was announced on 20 April. The passive receiver is designed to detect communications between UASs and their operators, including the command signals, telemetry, location data, and video links that the UAS transmits in return.

DroneShield has unveiled a new version of its wearable RfPatrol UAS detection system.

The new device is 40% smaller and about 20% lighter than its predecessor, said Oleg Vornik, DroneShield’s CEO.

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Australian firm DroneShield has released a new version of its wearable RfPatrol unmanned aerial syst...

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