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Israel has unveiled a defense system designed to detect, track and disrupt enemy drones.
The state-owned Rafael Advanced Defense Systems presented its Drone Dome on 11 April at the LAAD security conference in Brazil.
Rafael described Drone Dome as an “end-to-end system designed to provide effective airspace defense against hostile drones (micro- and nano-UAVs) used by terrorists to perform aerial attacks, collect intelligence, and other intimidating activities.”
The defense major said its new system uses a combination of a RADA RPS-42 tactical air-surveillance radar and electro-optical sensors to detect UAVs through 360 degrees. Once a target has been detected, it begins to track and classify it.
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