A revolutionary counter-UAS system that enables any operator to intercept aerial threats kinetically using a resilient ultra-fast drone system. Serving as a human extension, the Griffon allows any operator with no flight experience to perform extremely accurate, vision-assisted, and semi-automated interceptions. The operator can control a team of drones that automatically launches when detecting aerial threats.
The Interception process is possible with various modular effectors, from physical destructors to mobile jamming devices. The Griffon C-UAS system efficiently interfaces with Detection and Command & Control systems to seamlessly integrate into a single Detection & Interception System.
The system also allows an independent, wearable, “dynamic” mode. This mode enables “on-the-go” protection from aerial threats, such as during special events or traveling VIP protection.
The operating system currently supports four operational proprietary products that are put to daily use by our valued customers around the globe.
This capability results in resilient operations against VEO and peer threats and more time in the air for accomplishing the system’s primary purpose.
The system creates a Visual and Aural experience that allows operators to immerse themselves in the remote environment and enables mid-range aerial dominance concerning both operator experience and drone interception.
The Griffon can integrate with most market-used systems and interception methodologies like Detection & Jamming. The system acts per need as the first or last layer of defense. Leveraging the best of autonomous drone performance, AI-based detection, classification and projection, and the Human mind – the Griffon delivers maximal situational awareness, situational understanding, efficient and precise mission execution, and knowledgeable decision making.
The Griffon C-UAS system has several potential setups, whether as a wearable, mobile, and light travel kit – or as a full-blown defense line, nested in a shell while ready-to-go, auto-triggered, and auto-assigned by local detection and C&C systems.