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Indian startup Edith Defence Systems has secured second place in the prestigious Dare to Dream 4.0 Award competition organized by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). This recognition highlights their innovative work in target seeking and proximity sensing technologies.

The winning system is a miniaturized radar payload designed for the Defender X2 unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). This innovative technology offers several key functionalities:

  • Target Seeking: The radar actively searches for and identifies designated targets, enhancing the effectiveness of the Defender X2 UAV in reconnaissance and surveillance missions.
  • Proximity Sensing: The system provides real-time awareness of nearby obstacles, allowing for safe and precise navigation, especially in complex environments.
  • Countermeasure Deployment and Neutralization: (details not provided due to potential sensitive nature)

A key advantage of Edith Defence’s technology is its miniaturized design. This translates to a lightweight and potentially portable radar system, making it suitable for various deployment scenarios. Despite its compact size, the system is said to be remarkably powerful, offering effective target detection and tracking capabilities.

The system’s utilization of Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) adds another layer of versatility. FPGAs offer the ability to reprogram the radar for Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) applications. SAR imaging provides high-resolution imagery, crucial for detailed target identification and terrain mapping.

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