Skylock’s counter-unmanned aerial system is manufactured by DCM SHRIRAM for the Indian market.

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A DCM Shriram representative said Janes that the business is geared towards the Indian market at the 4th Drone International Expo 2023, which was held in New Delhi on July 26 and 27.

The system’s radio frequency (RF) detector and jammer, with a software-defined radio frequency range of between 70 MHz and 6 GHz, are now being tested by DCM Shriram with the Indian Border Security Force (BSF) on the western border. Manufacturing work began in 2022.

Ethernet-based automatic detection, tracking, identification, and neutralisation capabilities are available for day and night operations with the DCM counter-unmanned aerial system (CUAS). With shell protection levels of IP67 and IP66 and a technology readiness level (TRL) of 9, the CUAS has a military-grade design.

The RF detector in the system is completely passive and able to detect both the controller and the UAV, even when it is on the ground. Additionally, it has a direction-finding sensor for Wi-Fi frequencies that has an accuracy of up to 5° root mean square (RMS). To track the whereabouts of the operators, the system needs three or more RF detectors.

The 0.32 x 0.29 m, 9.5 kilogramme DCM RF detector features a 70 dB dynamic range, 360° of azimuth coverage, and 90° of elevation coverage. The scanning frequency resolution of the RF detector is 100 Hz.

AUGUST 02 DCM SHRIRAM MANUFACTURES SKYLOCK'S COUNTER-UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEM FOR INDIAN MARKET WEDNESDAY

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