Global counter control of low altitude unmanned flying targets.

Anti-drone, Counter UAV, Low Altitude Defense

Demand Analysis

UAVs are also likely to be increasingly used maliciously, with their own accidents and related security concerns becoming increasingly normalized. They are capable of carrying cameras, weapons, toxic chemicals, and explosives, and may be used in large numbers for terrorist attacks, espionage, and smuggling activities. As a result, there is an urgent need for counter-UAV systems with rapid denial characteristics that respond to the serious concerns of military, government, critical livelihood agencies and commercial security organizations about UAV-related issues.

Actual Threat


On August 4, 2018, when Maduro was speaking, several drones packed with explosives detonated at the lecture site. The explosion occurred near the lectern. At least seven National Guard soldiers have been injured so far.

On March 22, 2018, criminals attempted to smuggle drugs, cell phones and weapons into Bedfordshire Prison in the United Kingdom using a "Genie 2" drone manufactured by the Chinese company DJI, which eventually crashed inside the prison walls.

On April 22, 2015, a small drone crashed onto the roof of the Japanese Prime Minister's residence. The small drone was reportedly about 50 cm long. Investigators revealed that there were nuclear radiation markings on it.

On January 6, 2018 Russian local air defense forces spotted 13 small aerial targets moving rapidly toward the Russian air and sea bases in Syria, with nine of the drones approaching the Hmeymim air base and three others approaching the Tartus port supply depot.

Application Scenarios

Foreign affairs and activities

political cores

Power stations, oil refineries, storage depots and
other flammable and explosive hazard areas

Major event venues

Applications in prisons