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Defense Minister Rajnath Singh emphasized the growing threat posed by drones in modern warfare during a meeting with the Indian Navy’s top brass on Tuesday. He urged the Navy to prioritize preparedness to counter such challenges.

This call to action comes amidst the Navy’s ongoing efforts to integrate drone capabilities into its operations. The planned incorporation of loitering munitions on frontline warships signifies a strategic move towards long-range engagement of sea-based targets.

Furthermore, the Navy recently confirmed the installation of Naval Anti-Drone Systems (NADS) on its vessels. These systems utilize a combination of radar, electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) sensors, and radio frequency (RF) detectors to effectively identify and neutralize micro drones.

The DRDO’s involvement in this initiative is noteworthy. Their RF/Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) technology plays a crucial role in detecting the frequencies used by drone controllers, enabling the jamming of their signals.

This multi-pronged approach – offensive drone technology coupled with defensive NADS – positions the Indian Navy to effectively address the evolving threats posed by drones in the maritime domain.

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