In Belarus, a “grosa-z1” system was developed to protect against UAVs |
From the State Military-Industrial Committee of the Republic of Belarus, reports that the OJSC company “KB Radar” completed the development and manufacture of a mobile unmanned aircraft protection system “GROSA-Z1”.
The system automatically monitors the frequencies on which the most common UAVs operate. When an unmanned device, the system recognizes its signals and automatically suppresses the control channels, data transmission and navigation.
Therefore, it influences the drones, forces them to land, or forces them to leave the flight area. In addition, the important advantage of the system is the possibility of establishing navigation disinformation obstacles to create a non-flexible zone for UAVs, – The developers noted.
The remote sensing distance reaches 2 km. The suppression range of data transmission and management channels, not less than 500 m, the suppression range of navigation, not less than 2 km, the disinformation declaration of navigation obstacles reaches 10 km.
The system can be installed on any car chassis, allowing it to increase its mobility and provide a quick location to the application site. Work on communication to UAV can be carried out both at your location and during movement, which allows you to protect not only stationary objects, but also to ensure the safety of transport columns.
The public demonstration of the complex “Groza-Z1” and other systems will take place during the X INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF WEAPONS AND MILITARY MACHINERY MILEX-2021, which will be held in the period from June 23 to 26, 2021 in Minsk.