EnforceAir has been recommended by the U.S. Department of Defense’s (DoD) Joint Counter-UAS Office (JCO). This is a solution that’s primary objective is to counter small uncrewed aircraft systems (sUAS). Back in September of 2021, EnforceAir aided in ensuring the safety of Pope Francis and a 60,000-person crowd in Slovakia. A ground-level tactical kit provided 360-degree coverage, fending off a rogue drone and sending it back to the original takeoff position.
D-Fend Solutions is the developer of EnforceAir. This solution has been recommended as a subcomponent integrated within SAIC’s Valkyrie C2 System (DOD office recommends). EnforceAir was recognized for its RF detection and mitigation, the demonstrated effectors, and its ability to force land specific drones.
EnforceAir automatically takes action with drone detection and cyber-based takeover of rogue drones. This ensures safe landings and outcomes, allocating the power of control to security agencies and professionals while preserving operational continuity.
This recommendation follows formal U.S. government evaluations held at Yuma Proving Ground in April of 2022.
Following the recognition, Zohar Halachmi, Chairman and CEO of D-Fend Solutions said, “It’s an honor to be recognized by the U.S. DoD Joint C-sUAS Office, following a rigorous demonstration and evaluation. We’re excited to provide continued support for the counter-drone mission, within a layered defense, integrated in the most advanced C-UAS systems for the nation’s defense.”