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RAPIDLY DETECT AND DEFEAT SMALL UNCREWED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM THREATS ACROSS THE MODERN BATTLESPACE

Drones and small uncrewed aircraft systems (sUAS) are the most ubiquitous they have ever been. Compact, lightweight and easy to control, drones are increasingly employed by both commercial and military organisations. In today’s highly contested electromagnetic environment, it is essential to be able to rapidly detect, locate, classify and defeat sUAS threats before they are able to cause harm.

L3Harris Technologies’ CORVUS-RAVEN tactical counter-small UAS capability offers rapid detection and indication of drone threats to inform proportionate defeat. With passive detect up to 4 kilometres and visual display of bearing to battle management applications such as ATAK, this lightweight and highly portable solution is ideally placed to address counter-sUAS challenges on the battlefield.

 

Our Integrated CORVUS Node (ICN) sits at the heart of this solution, a multirole software-defined radio capable of supporting mission roles such as counter-improvised explosive device, electronic surveillance, electronic attack and counter-sUAS. Interoperable and networkable, ICNs provide troops with a holistic view of the battlespace, enabling greater visibility of UAS threats, streamlined airspace management, and support for the wider threatspace such as ground-based air defence.

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