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The future of drone killer technology is launched here

IXI EW anti-drone systems continue to advance the ability of law enforcement, militaries and first responders to combat UAV threats in challenging urban and battlefield environments. See how our leading-edge technology has caught the attention of global news outlets in our mission to make the world a safer place.

White Paper- Ground-Based C-sUAS Capability for Low Collateral Effects

“This white paper addresses the RFI issued by the Joint C-sUAS Office (JCO) seeking information regarding current capabilities of ground-based C-sUAS for low-collateral effects. Described herein are five IXI products – the DRONEKILLER®, HERMES, HYDRA, MINERVA, and I-DK. Each of these systems has “zero to low” collateral effect on personnel, buildings, property, and electronic systems in all environments. Each system is designed around a common core of 6-8 software-defined radios (SDRs).”

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Ground based C-sUAS capability for low collateral effects

Forbes Magazine “One Texas Industrialist’s Novel Approach To Oil Infrastructure Security”

In mid-October, the U.S. embassy in Trinidad and Tobago became so concerned about a potential environmental catastrophe posed by a listing Venezuelan oil tanker that it issued a formal statement of warning. The tanker, a storage and offloading vessel named the Nabarima, had been listing badly for weeks by that time, threatening to dump its 1.3-million barrel cargo of crude oil into Venezuelan waters and impacting surrounding nations and islands.

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C-UAS philosophy and needs dictate system advancements

IXI participated in an interview for an article covering C-UAS trends with Military Embedded Systems Associate Editor, Emma Helfrich.

“In the counter-unmanned aerial system (C-UAS) arena, the threats they are designed to mitigate depend heavily on the market for which they are intended. A back-and-forth between UAS advancements and growth in the C-UAS industry dictate to manufacturers what these systems need and how much funding it will take to get them there. What is apparent, however, is autonomous aircraft are becoming more ubiquitous in both military and commercial markets, and along with that so are the systems required to counter them.”

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C-UAS philosophy and needs dictate system advancements

NBC 4 Los Angeles April 2018: “How the Drone Killer Works”

NBC 7 San Diego March 2018: “’Drone Killer’ Approved for Use in Oceanside”

Fox News November 2017: “Drones becoming a threat to first-responder operations”

Fox News August 2017: “New device zaps rogue drones out of the sky”

CBS News 8 July 2017 “Drone Killer can knock drones right out of the sky”