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Department of Defense Recommends D-Fend Solutions EnforceAir for C-UAS Operations

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Department of Defense Recommends D-Fend Solutions EnforceAir for C-UAS Operations

The Department of Defense‘s Joint Counter-Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Office has recommended D-Fend Solution’s EnforceAir offering as a subcomponent for a C-UAS platform.

EnforceAir features a radio frequency detection and mitigation system and effectors that make it possible to take control of drones, fend them off or force them to land. The solution is also capable of detecting and identifying hostile drones and alerting users, locating and tracking threats and discovering UAS pilot positions.

It can operate with minimal collateral damage, interference and disturbances because it does not rely on jammers or kinetic technology.

JCO recommended the solution as a subcomponent integrated with the Valkyrie command and control system, which is developed by Science Applications International Corp.

The offering was the only RF cyber takeover technology that JCO recommended during an evaluation event in April at the Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona, D-Fend Solutions said.

SAIC’s C-UAS solutions comprise sensors and effectors with vendor-agnostic C2 capabilities. They can detect, track, identify, mitigate and analyze threats and can correlate data across all sensor modalities.

The company’s offerings can be used in air base security, commercial aviation, law enforcement and anti-smuggling operations and Joint All-Domain Command and Control.

D-Fend Solutions, headquartered in Israel, offers C-UAS solutions to clients in the military, law enforcement, aviation and critical infrastructure sectors.

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