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In a significant leap forward for drone defense technology, RattanIndia Enterprises’ step-down subsidiary, Throttle Aerospace Systems, has announced the commencement of trials for its indigenously developed anti-drone platform, The Defender. This state-of-the-art system leverages vision-based techniques and powerful artificial intelligence to actively track and neutralize rogue drones, marking a crucial advancement in safeguarding against aerial threats.

The Defender is specifically designed to address the increasing threats posed by unauthorized drones. Utilizing non-lethal methods, it captures rogue drones using a net, ensuring minimal collateral damage. The platform is augmented by advanced AI capabilities, which enhance its efficiency and precision in tracking and neutralizing targets.

The Defender boasts impressive capabilities:

  • Target Acquisition: Utilizes vision-based techniques to locate and track rogue drones.
  • Neutralization: Employs a net launcher to capture drones up to 5kg and 5 meters diagonally. This non-lethal approach minimizes damage and ensures safe retrieval of the drone.
  • AI-Powered Operations: Augmented by powerful artificial intelligence, enabling autonomous target identification, tracking, and neutralization decisions.

Here’s a detailed look at The Defender’s specifications:

  • Drone Size Limit: Up to 5kg / 5 meters diagonal
  • Top Speed: 95 km/hr
  • Range: 20 km
  • Operational Ceiling: 1000 meters Above Ground Level (AGL)
  • Flight Time: Up to 45 minutes
  • Power Source: Customizable Lithium-ion Polymer (Li-PO) battery
  • Cruising Speed: 10 meters per second
  • Maximum Speed: 26 meters per second
  • Ingress Protection: IP45 (protected against dust and water jets)
  • Command and Control Link: FHSS 2.4 – 2.482 GHz
  • Net Launch System: Automatic (AI-based) or Manual control from Ground Control Station (GCS)

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