Hyderabad-based Grene Robotics demonstrated ‘Indrajaal’ an autonomous wide area Counter-Unmanned Aircraft System (C-UAS) to a group of journalists in Hyderabad on September 2.
Indrajaal's design principle leverages a LEGO block-like combination mechanism of 12 unique layers of technology powered by artificial intelligence. The system has the ability to detect, identify, classify, track, and swiftly neutralize threats in real time. With 360-degree protection, Indrajaal can cover vast areas of up to 4000 sq. km and provide a comprehensive framework to defend against all classifications and levels of autonomous drones. From low RCS threats to medium and high-altitude long endurance (MALE & HALE) UAVs, loitering munitions, smart bombs, rocket showers, nano and micro drones, swarm drones, and more.
A press release from Grene Robotics says: Drone attacks targeting critical infrastructure, residences, military aircraft, airports among others have become a pressing concern. Indrajaal C-UAS can identify threats, classify, track, and neutralize them.