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Small aerial drones have become a ubiquitous sight on the modern battlefield, with the Ukraine conflict highlighting their effectiveness. However, DRDO officials told that he believes this is a temporary advantage, and anti-drone technology is rapidly evolving to counter this threat.

DRDO officials acknowledges that current limitations in anti-drone tech have allowed these “cobbled-together” drones some free rein. However, they emphasize that this is a fleeting window. Russia’s Electronic Warfare (EW) and jamming systems have reportedly neutralized nearly 75% of such drones in Ukraine, showcasing the growing effectiveness of counter-drone measures.

The future of warfare, according to DRDO officials , will see a significant reduction in airspace accessible to drones as counter-drone technology matures. Anti-drone advancements are happening rapidly, encompassing various solutions:

  • Short-Range Solutions: Existing technologies like anti-drone guns and jammers will see wider use, effectively taking out drones within a limited range.
  • Long-Range Protections: DRDO is actively developing “anti-drone domes” that extend far beyond the current 15-20km range. These domes, with a projected coverage of 150-200km, could significantly restrict drone operation over vast areas.

These advancements will make it increasingly difficult for drones to operate freely. DRDO’s vision suggests that large swathes of airspace will become inaccessible to basic drones as anti-drone tech matures.

The dominance of small drones on the battlefield may be short-lived. The rapid development of anti-drone technology is poised to significantly alter the aerial landscape of warfare, potentially rendering many current drone tactics ineffective.

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