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Autonomous Drones Fortem DroneHunter F700, With Artificial Intelligence, Intercept Both Quadcopters and Kamikaze Drones

Fortem Drone­Hunter F700 is an autonomous drone that is part of the com­plex and is con­trolled by a radar con­trol sys­tem and arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence. The drone is capa­ble of fly­ing at speeds of over 100 km/h, inter­cept­ing and land­ing ene­my drones using two DrogueNet nets to catch ene­my drones. The sys­tem can deliv­er cap­tured drones to the oper­a­tor or drop them by para­chute.

The drone received a radar for tar­get detec­tion and a new adap­ta­tion sys­tem for faster response dur­ing flight. The com­plex also has a con­trol sta­tion, radars and sig­nal jam­ming equip­ment.

Ver­sa­tile and mul­ti­func­tion­al

The most com­mon attacks are sin­gle drone attacks and mul­ti-vec­tor attacks with mul­ti­ple drones fly­ing from dif­fer­ent direc­tions. Mul­ti­ple Drone­Hangars deployed around the site or through­out the city will sup­port the required num­ber of Drone­Hunters to launch autonomous­ly or with cen­tral­ized per­mis­sion from the oper­a­tions cen­ter. Each Drone­Hunter will lock onto a spe­cif­ic track of an unau­tho­rized drone. Sky­Dome Man­ag­er C2 (inte­grat­ed with exist­ing C2 sys­tems) can coor­di­nate mul­ti­ple Drone­Hunters across mul­ti­ple threats.

Pur­suit mode

Drone­Hunter inves­ti­gates intrud­er drones more thor­ough­ly while on-board opti­cal cam­eras feed data back to Sky­Dome Man­ag­er C2.

Attack mode

When the Drone­Hunter acquires a tar­get, the onboard radar can quick­ly deter­mine if the tar­get is small­er and/or slow­er than the Drone­Hunter. In this case, the AI ​​in Drone­Hunter takes an attack posi­tion to hunt down and cap­ture the intrud­er drone and tow it via cable to a pre­de­ter­mined safe loca­tion.

This is typ­i­cal­ly done over a long range, giv­en Drone­Hunter’s long-range jam­ming capa­bil­i­ties, often 3 to 10 times the range of oth­er ground-based jam­ming meth­ods.

Pro­tec­tion mode

When the Drone­Hunter acquires a tar­get, the onboard radar can quick­ly deter­mine if the tar­get is larg­er and/or faster than the Drone­Hunter. In this case, the AI ​​in Drone­Hunter inde­pen­dent­ly takes a defen­sive posi­tion between the tra­jec­to­ry of the approach­ing ene­my drone and a pre­de­ter­mined defense point.

When these fast-approach­ing drones and drones arrive at way­points, Drone­Hunter maneu­vers to fire a net with spe­cial entan­gling devices that attach to the wing or fuse­lage. Since the ene­my drone is entan­gled, Drone­Hunter tries to tow it away, but if it is too big, the pull on the teth­er is released using a para­chute at the end of the teth­er. This para­chute caus­es uneven drag on the air­craft, caus­ing the rogue air­craft to almost stop and fall safe­ly straight to the ground.

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