DroneShield is happy to announce it has been beneficial by the U.S. DoD’s Joint Counter-small Unmanned Plane Programs Workplace (JCO) as a part of the Science Functions Worldwide Company (SAIC) joint resolution for Counter-UAS as a Service (CaaS).
The JCO formalized its suggestion of three authorized options after thorough analysis at Yuma Proving Floor earlier this yr. The SAIC group, “developed and demonstrated a strong SoS (System of Programs) structure, with layered sensors and effectors to cowl lengthy vary to cellular to last-line-of protection,” the JCO suggestion said.
The multi-layered and complete resolution introduced by the SAIC group leveraged a number of of DroneShield’s dismounted, cellular, and fixed-site detection sensors and digital countermeasures.
Matt McCrann, DroneShield US CEO, commented, “We’re happy to enhance the general SAIC resolution with key parts for each extended-range detection and defeat. We stay up for supporting this partnership and additional enlargement of vital Counter-UAS capabilities throughout the companies.”
SAIC is a Fortune 500 expertise integrator, headquartered in Reston, Virginia, with annual revenues of roughly $12 billion. SAIC helps the protection, area, civilian and intelligence markets with mission vital options.
The JCO was established in 2019, because the US DoD’s Govt Agent workplace for all C-UAS actions. This suggestion follows the current $1.8 million DroneGun MKIII acquisition by the U.S. DoD in September 2022.