The HAWK anti-drone system is made up of the Hawk C2 detection, neutralisation and imaging and alarm systems. The detection system is made up of active detectors (radars) and passive detectors (direction finders), which are designed to detect the threat of a UAV – an unmanned aerial vehicle, commonly known as a drone.
Advanced equipment enables detection of an UAV even before it enters the protection zone, depending on the technology used and individual configuration.
The HAWK detection system enables the detection of an airborne intruder within a range of up to 5 km from the protected zone based on radar technology and the detection of the connection between the drone and the operator based on RF technology.
The use of radar and RF technology in the HAWK anti-drone detection system makes it possible to effectively protect critical infrastructure, civilian and military facilities and other protection zones from the UAV threat.
It is used to detect the connection between the drone and the operator, allowing not only the drone to be detected, but also the position of the operator to be determined.
An extensive library makes it possible to classify the manufacturer and model of the UAV. The direction finder has a built-in and successively updated library containing the latest drone models.
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