Rostec’s Ruselectronics Offers Anti-Drone Systems to Belarus

The company showcased anti-drone systems for the first time at Belarusian exhibition running from June 19 to 21.
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  • 06:19 AM, June 20, 2024
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Rostec’s Ruselectronics Offers Anti-Drone Systems to Belarus
Serp-VS6 anti-drone system at II International Exhibition of the Security Industry “National Security Belarus-2024” in Minsk

Rostec subsidiary Ruselectronics has offered to supply Belarus with anti-drone systems, which it showcased for the first time at the II International Exhibition of the Security Industry “National Security Belarus-2024” in Minsk (June 19-21).

The equipment enables the detection of not only the drone itself but also its operator, and provides effective counteraction to the FPV drones that are actively used today.

As part of the Russian exposition, the Vector Research Institute, a division of Ruselectronics, is demonstrating the Serp-VS6 automated electronic suppression system for small UAVs and radio monitoring equipment (RM). These devices are successfully operational and provide protection for secure facilities in Russia.

“Protection against drones is a new reality for security systems not only in Russia but also abroad. We are prepared to offer Belarusian partners our advanced developments for equipping facilities with radio-electronic systems for monitoring, detecting, and suppressing UAVs. At the exhibition in Minsk, we are presenting our anti-drone solutions, which have already demonstrated their effectiveness at critical infrastructure facilities in Russia,” said Vyacheslav Lyashuk, Director of Business Development at the Vector Research Institute.

“Serp-VS6” can combat modern UAVs at a distance of up to 5 km using GNSS signals, provided direct radio visibility is maintained, and it can also suppress FPV drones (first-person view) due to its extended frequency range. Additionally, the device can counter multiple drones flying from different directions simultaneously.

"Serp-VS6" can be used autonomously at a remote position or near a control point, providing protection for mobile or stationary objects. Combining separate devices into a single complex enables the protection of large areas.

PM equipment tracks UAVs using their own control signal and communication channels. This data allows for the identification of the UAV and its operator. Simultaneously, the product remains invisible to other radio equipment since it emits no active radio signals.

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