Sydney-based DroneShield has recently announced that the Australian Army has purchased an undefined quantity of its RfOne MKII long-range counter-drone sensors. The RfOne MKII is described as the latest stationary RF detection product, delivering long-range and highly accurate drone detection and tracking capabilities. RfOne MKII utilises the DroneShield proprietary detection database, with subscription-based updates to keep up to date with the rapidly changing drone market. Deploying multiple RfOne MKII sensors across different installations enables triangulation to accurately position a drone threat on the map. Four RfOne MKII sensors are required for 360° coverage. Clearly, when mounted on a military vehicle, this anti-drone technology can be deployed in a mobile implementation, adapting to a changing threat profile. Advantages Long Range Tracking […]
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