“Concern radio-Electronic technologies” is working to create systems to combat unmanned aerial vehicles for military purposes. The new complexes will be able to disable the communications, navigation and data transfer from onboard the UAV.
MOSCOW, 29 Oct. “Concern radio-Electronic technology” (KRET, part of rostec state Corporation) has created a special model samples of complexes of electronic warfare (EW) systems designed to counter unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVS), said on Thursday Deputy CEO of KRET on R & d the EW technology and innovation — General designer Yuri Majewski.
“Urgent need to counter unmanned aerial vehicles for military purposes, and BLAH, which can be in groups of terrorist nature, it is now obvious. However, practical proposals for the neutralization of such unmanned systems is not much. Relevant scientific and technical developments and studies, including access to model samples of products, providing a counter-unmanned systems, according to the traditional directions of development of EW equipment, KRET enterprises today already have,” said Majewski.
According to him, need “only the corporate decision-making, the allocation of adequate funding for research”.
As we reported earlier, adviser to the first Deputy CEO of KRET Vladimir Mikheev, the new complexes can, in particular, “to disconnect the communication, navigation and data transfer from the Board” of the drone.
The largest Russian company in radio-electronic industry “Concern radio-Electronic technologies” was established in 2009, is a member of the state Corporation “rostec”. Main directions of activity: development and production of systems and avionics for civil and military aviation, radar stations, air-based, means IFF, electronic warfare systems, instrumentation for various purposes, electric connectors, and cable assemblies.
Rostec is a Russian Corporation established in 2007 to promote the development, production and export of high technology industrial products for civil and military purposes.