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Laser beam detection: successful UAV defense experiment - Walla! News

2020-02-12T10:40:36.962Z

Raphael's Drone Dome system managed to intercept multiple drones, as well as targets while maneuvering in a series of experiments conducted in the south of the country.



Laser beam detection and interception: A successful UAV defense experiment

Raphael's Drone Dome system managed to intercept multiple drones, as well as targets while maneuvering in a series of experiments conducted in the south of the country.

Laser beam detection and interception: A successful UAV defense experiment

Photo by Raphael Company, edited by Asaf Drury

Raphael's skate and drone defense system has successfully intercepted multiple drones, as well as targets while maneuvering, using a laser beam - Rafael said today. As part of a recent series of experiments in the south of the country, the Drone Dome system successfully complied with an interception phase experiment, including target detection, daylight tracking and night conditions, and finally, interception by a powerful laser beam.

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Drones intercepted simultaneously in experiment in the south, last week (Photo: Rafael)

Laser interception of several maneuvering targets from Raphael Company (Photo: Raphael Advanced Combat Systems, official website)

Raphael's Drone Dome system is designed to deal with the threat of aviation and drones both in defense of military forces and facilities, as well as in defense of civilian destinations, such as airports, public facilities and strategic infrastructure that are becoming more vulnerable to the growing threat of hostile use of drones and UAVs. The system is designed to provide effective, fast and mobile airspace protection against hostile UAVs, incorporating detection and control subsystems, and in effect provides 360-degree protection in the area where it is located. The system is modular, portable, and custom-built to meet the user's specific needs and requirements, Maintaining high-level safety to reduce environmental damage, the system has already been sold to several customers around the world, including the British Army.

The system provides 360-degree protection in the area where it is placed (Photo: Rafael)

Daron Dom system from Raphael Company (Photo: Raphael Advanced Combat Systems, official website)

Drone Dome is part of Raphael's advanced air defense systems, including the Iron Dome, Magic Wand, and the Spider System. Together, these systems constitute a protective solutions envelope as part of the layered defense concept that the State of Israel operates on.

Source: walla

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