March, 4

    Indian Army issues RFI for Drone Jammer (Veh Based)

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    The Indian Army has issued an RFI (request for information) for 20 Drone Jammers (Veh Based) in order to provide a Multi-Sensor-based, comprehensive and all-encompassing solution for UAS/Drones and SWARMS.

    The system should be able to detect, track, identify, and neutralise UAS/drones/swarms that are approaching simultaneously from multiple directions.

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    It should integrate all detection sensors and identify threats in order to provide the operator with composite air situation pictures and facilitate the selection and management of responses for countering UAS/Drones with jamming systems.

    All subsystems, including power solutions integral to the system, should be transportable. The look-through mode should be supported for rapid switching between wideband detection and wideband jamming modes to neutralise advanced UAS/Drone types employing multiband switching systems. For swift decision-making, the operator must have access to the merged target data from multiple sensors.

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