The HAWK anti-drone system is formed by the Hawk C2 detection, neutralisation and imaging and alarm systems. The neutralisation system is made up of neutralisers (jammers), whose task is to force a landing or send the intruder drone back to its launch site.
The neutralisation system can additionally be equipped with a hacking module to take control of the drone and land it safely in a designated area.
When the neutraliser is activated and the trigger is pressed, the device sends a signal blocking the operation of the UAV, thus rendering the unmanned aircraft completely out of the control of the control device. The neutraliser additionally blocks the GNSS signals used by the drones for positioning in space and for returning to the launch site. Once these signals are blocked, the UAV will initiate a landing or hovering procedure. The neutraliser has the ability to send the drone back to the launch site, a function that is implemented by blocking only the connection between the drone and the operator.
This is a high-end device designed to block the control signals of an unwanted drone and any signals (including video) sent to the operator. It is a dedicated device for public and uniformed services that carry out protective functions related to state security and the protection of strategic facilities, including airports. Thanks to its functionality, the neutraliser can be safely used in built-up areas and in the presence of civilians, without posing a risk to bystanders.
A directional neutraliser on a rotor, fully integrated with detection systems to perform automatic neutralisation of hostile UAVs. When a drone is detected approaching the protected zone, the neutraliser automatically targets it and starts neutralising it according to a predetermined scenario, either pushing it out of the protected zone or forcing it to land.
An advanced system that automatically and passively detects, locates and identifies enemy drones. It takes control of them and enables them to land safely in a designated zone. It is able to take control of several or even more than a dozen drones simultaneously. The hacking module is a solution using non-disruptive, non-kinetic technology, independent of the field of view, guiding the captured drone along a designated route to a selected point.
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