Weighing in at approximately 10 pounds, DRONEKILLER is easy to transport to remote locations and can be deployed from inside light vehicles or by dismounted warfighters.
Unlike other anti-drone systems, DRONEKILLER does not operate under ISM and does not interfere with GPS signals. DRONEKILLER is safe to use near airports and restricted air spaces.
DRONEKILLER is a software defined radio with the ability to upgrade to respond to emerging threats without a costly investment in new hardware.
DRONEKILLER does not require warm-up or calibration, so it is ready to engage within 3 seconds.
DRONEKILLER units are priced in the thousands, making reliable, anti-drone technology more accessible to tactical response teams on the local level.
DRONEKILLER’s batteries last 1.5 hours in active mode or 6 hours in sensor mode.
DRONEKILLER requires minimal operator training and practice to disable a UAS.
Locate and identify the drone
Point DRONEKILLER at the drone and pull the trigger
DRONEKILLER emanates a 20-120-degree cone of radio signal that increases the bit error rate of the drone
The drone reverts to fail-safe mode, causing it to descend or return home
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