The Drone Killer is the future of warfare. Drones have become a staple of military equipment. Unfortunately, those drones have fallen into the hands of those seeking to do evil. The device is a light and modular weapon that looks like a blaster out of a sci-fi story. The Drone Killer works by jamming the signal used to control drones, causing them to either drop from the sky or return to the operator.
The Drone Killers may look like a laser gun, but they actually don’t shoot out a beam. Instead, they flood an area with a jamming signal, so there’s no need to be a sniper-level shot. Additionally, they can detect drones that you may not see with your naked eye. Drone Killers are in use by the U.S. military as well as by law enforcement officers. They can be used to stop attacks on any number of locations, including stadiums and other large gatherings.
And it’s not just the military or law enforcement that have been using the Drone Killer. Game of Thrones used Drone Killers during production to prevent any leaks of what they were working on. In the future, private citizens will have access to these devices, especially as the proliferation of drones continues—so put down the shotgun and reach for the Drone Killer instead.
Designed to look similar to a bullpup rifle, the Drone Killer can disable unmanned air vehicles, or drones, of all types. It’s the only standalone handheld device that employs software-defined radio technology to detect and affect class 1 and class 2 drones without the use of broadband jamming. The Drone Killer has a range of up to 800 meters with an active mode with four hours of use along with a swappable lithium-ion battery and a 12V vehicle power plug. The device is finished with Picatinny rails on the top and bottom to attach optics and fore grips easily.
Current counter-UAS system technology includes radio frequency (RF) command and control (C2) disruption systems (e.g., “electronic fences”) and directed energy weapons. These systems protect forward operating bases, airports, and other strategic high-asset facilities. These systems are large and stationary; they cannot be used where mobility is crucial. In addition, UAS threats are more prevalent at the front lines, at small checkpoints and outposts, and remote areas where convoys, dismounted warfighters, and security personnel on missions away from well-established air control assets.
The Drone Killer is a cost effective counter-UAS unit ideal for Defense and Security teams deployed World- Wide. The Drone Killer adds counter-UAS capabilities to mobile forces that cannot use large systems that add weight and require added power sources. The Drone Killer is compact and light-weight, able to be deployed from inside light vehicles or by dismounted warfighters in mobile units, strike teams, checkpoints, forward outposts, and security response teams. Mobile units with the Drone Killer provide gap-filling coverage and pursuit capabilities that complement larger, more costly fixed-location automated UAS defense systems.
- Disrupts C2 link and/or GPS, forcing targets to descend or go home
- Compact and lightweight; compatible with defense & security personnel load out
- Fast to use (<3 seconds), train (<1 minute), and deploy with near-zero sustainment.
- Rugged “security personnel-proof” no-snag polymer body & operator features
- RF sensor detects WPAN/LAN activity and night/dusk/dawn targeting aid
- LED settings: night-time ultra-dim to medium light to direct sunlight bright
- Cost effective – Lower cost than all other available units
APPLICATIONS AND DEPLOYMENT EXAMPLES
The Drone Killer is ideal for Warfighters, Security Personnel, and First Responders requiring Anti-UAS technology.
Mobile units – Strike Teams – Security Response Teams o Convoys – Checkpoints – Outposts – Remote Facilities o Tracking drones back to point of origin
VIP protection – Anti-Surveillance – Terrorism
Disables Interference and Surveillance – Controls Airspace o Assures Operations Safety – Allows Tracking