Last week, Roke launched the Roke Agile Counter-UAS, a dynamic, portable, and deployable system designed to help military and civilian organizations address the growing and evolving threat posed by Unmanned Air Systems (UAS).

Roke Agile Counter-UAS provides a two-pronged defense against the rapidly evolving threats to people, assets, and infrastructure. This scalable and flexible solution includes a standalone C-UAS sensor system, RapidEO, a pioneering open-architecture, interoperable fusion, and an autonomous engine, the OMNISCIENT Decision-Making Module (DMM).

The AI-powered RapidEO sensor system is a versatile, all-in-one solution for detecting and confirming UAS threats. It is portable, lightweight, and requires minimal power supply, making it deployable at scale to protect vehicles, buildings, and people. Its unique sensing agility allows it to defend against swarms and multi-axis attacks even in cluttered environments, quickly raising the alarm and enabling decision-makers to respond rapidly.

For networked and multi-sensor applications, Roke’s OMNISCIENT DMM offers full interoperability, allowing users to integrate a variety of sensors to address specific challenges best. Unlike other closed and siloed solutions, this introduces a new level of flexible capability to the market.

As the UAS threat evolves and sensor technology advances, decision-makers are not locked in—the solution allows users to adapt deployment faster than other solutions to dominate new threats. The OMNISCIENT DMM works with a range of sensors from Roke’s ecosystem of technology partners.

“The increasing sophistication and threats posed by UAS are presenting a major challenge for both civilian and military organizations,” said Paul MacGregor, Managing Director at Roke. “Roke Agile Counter-UAS is our new market-leading response to an environment where it is more important than ever to be flexible, resilient, and future-proof and to be able to deploy solutions at speed and scale.”

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