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Rohde & Schwarz presents cutting edge solutions at DSA 2024

Rohde & Schwarz presents cutting edge solutions at DSA 2024

Rohde & Schwarz demonstrates products and solutions for secure and robust communications and high-performance intelligence systems for deployment on land, in the air and at sea....

Australian firm readies C-UAS laser prototype for ADF

Melbourne-based technology company AIM Defence has secured a A$4.9 million contract from the Australian Defence Force (ADF) to build a deployable directed energy system...
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Shielding Armour

Armour, while useful in attack, needs ways and means to stop it being taken out by the plethora or weapons in now faces. Asia possesses...
EOS in Australia

Counter-UAS Market Set for Steep Rise

The Ukraine war has revealed that C-UAS equipment must now be a fundamental part of any military force. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are now a...
Military Police participate in a Counter-Unmanned Aircraft Systems class

Ukraine War Shows the Need for Counter-UAS Systems Such as Flex...

Andrew Drwiega interviews Clay Wild, vice president, International Business Development at Flex Force. “In terms of the war in Ukraine, I don’t think that anyone...
R400-M

Naval RWS, more than just UAS swatters

There is a growing need to add remote weapons stations onto naval vessels to counter a range of emerging threats such as unmanned and...
Orion-Ship C-UAS

TRD goes to sea with Orion C-UAS system

Singaporean company TRD, which specialises in counter-UAS (C-UAS) equipment, unveiled its new Orion-Ship system at IMDEX 2023. Orion-Ship was developed in response to an undisclosed...
DroneGun Mk4

Droneshield wins contract for latest handheld C-UAS systems

Australia’s Droneshield has won contracts from the US Department of Defense (DoD) and a US federal government agency worth around $2.2 million for an...
NASAMS

GBAD in Asia-Pacific

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has brought the need to protect their forces with ground based air defence into sharp perspective The importance of ground-based...
MHI C-UAS laser prototype

Japanese Laser-based Counter-UAS Developments Break Cover

Japanese laser-based Counter Unmanned Aerial System (C-UAS) developments were on display, at the just concluded DSEI Japan. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) and Kawasaki Heavy...

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