AUDS in the media

Media coverage of our AUDS counter-UAV system

Find and fix: counter-UAV solutions emerge to tackle latest challenges. UAVs are posing a clear and present danger to civil and military targets… Read more…

 

Small, readily available unmanned aerial systems pose an increased risk to national security as the technology grows more capable, a panel of experts testified before Congress… Read more…

 

Rogue toy drones – a hotselling Christmas gift this season and last – are starting to interfere with military operations at several bases across the country… Read more…

 

Drone just feet from ‘catastrophic’ collision with Airbus A320 jet at Heathrow. A drone was just feet from a “catastrophic” collision after being flown over a passenger plane as it came in to land at Britain’s busiest airport… Read more…

 

Blighter Surveillance Systems (electronic-scanning radar target detection), Chess Dynamics (electro-optic track ing and classification) and Enterprise Control Systems (radio frequency disruption) join forces to combat growing threat of micro, mini and larger unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) or drones… Read more…

 

A consortium of three British companies has developed a counter-unmanned air vehicle defence system to tackle what it considers to be the “growing threat of malicious UAVs”… Read more…

 

Unmanned aerial vehicles – UAVs or drones – are one of the hottest technologies at the moment. While the devices have been used by the military for some time, they are now becoming popular in the consumer sector, with users ranging from broadcasters, movie makers and photographers to people who just want to fly them for fun… Read more…

 

Unmanned aerial vehicles have entered popular consciousness, but the threat that they might be used by terrorists to deliver weapons is now concentrating attention on the fielding of effective counter-UAV systems… Read more…

 

A new wave of electronic attack systems is confronting the issue of suppressing enemy communications while ensuring minimal collateral disruption to allied capabilities… Read more…

 

A device to block drones flown by terrorists will be used at major public and sports events following a successful trial at London’s Remembrance Sunday parade… Read more…

 

Gone in 15 seconds: $1.2mn system disables drones simply by blocking radio signals… Read more…

 

The numbers of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, are multiplying rapidly. Some are used for reconnaissance, but others are increasingly used with malicious intent and constitute a growing threat both on and off the battlefield…Read more…

 

New defence network protecting Britain from attack by terror drones is planned by ministers amid fears flying bombs could target planes or nuclear power plants…Read more…

 

British defence company Chess Dynamics expects to sign the first customer for its drone-downing technology in the next six months, opening up a new market for its long-distance video and tracking devices…Read more…

 

Sophisticated drone-jamming technology is to be deployed at major public and sporting events in the UK following a successful trial at last month’s Remembrance Sunday parade, The Sunday Times can reveal…Read more…

 

…a trio of British companies were working on the problem [of security challenges presented by quadcopters] and today announced the launch of the Anti-UAV Defence System (AUDS)….Read more…

 

A small drone carrying explosives or radioactive material detonated over a crowded area or even the gates of Downing Street is the nightmare scenario troubling security experts…Read more…

 


British technology firms Blighter Surveillance Systems, Chess Dynamics and Enterprise Control Systems have collaborated to develop a fully integrated anti-UAV defence system (AUDS)…Read more…

 

A device to block drones flown by terrorists will be used at major public and sports events following a successful trial at London’s Remembrance Sunday parade. The system was installed on the roof of Scotland Yard, close to where the commemoration took place – the first time it has been deployed by police in the UK…Read more…

 

It was the first time a group of small British companies had demonstrated their antidrone defense system on an international stage, said Mark Radford, chief executive of Blighter Surveillance Systems, maker of the system’s radar…Read more…

 

Three British companies have created a device to deter drones from entering sensitive areas by freezing them in mid-flight. The Anti-UAV Defense System (Auds) works by covertly jamming a drone’s signal, making it unresponsive…Read more…

 

A team of British technology firms has developed a “death ray” for drones that can knock an unmanned aerial vehicle out of the sky by turning it off in midair up to a mile away…Read more…