Rinicom’s counter-drone electro-optical (EO) solution has been chosen to be deployed during NATO C-UAS trials later this month.
Rinicom will be working with partners 42Solutions and Robin Radar to showcase a powerful AI-based, counter-drone system at ta European base.
Rinicom’s SkyPatriot EO sensors will be deployed alongside Sparrow and ELVIRA to widen the scope of detection visually and help reduce false positive by separating detections of birds and drones picked up by the radar.
Furthermore, SkyPatriot will add autonomy to the overall solution to reduce the requirement of specialist operators.
Sam Lowe, sales manager at Rinicom, said: “We have been working in close collaboration with our partners from 42 Solutions for the past 4 years, and our systems work very well together. We have made our respective architectures open so that we can complement an already comprehensive detection and classification environment with additional sensor capabilities.”
Adding: “Such live events are perfect as they allow the community to collaborate and jointly progress on anti-drone best practices.”