At the Aeronet-2035 exhibition in Moscow, a new Shershen quadcopter was presented, which can suppress unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and disperse riots using ultrasound. This was announced on Monday, November 21, by the head of the laboratory of the Research Institute of Computing Systems (NIIVK) named after V.I. M.A. Kartseva Vitaly Dolgov.
“The Hornet quadrocopter is presented for the first time, this is a new prototype, work is still underway. An interesting direction, a dual-purpose device with an ultrasound payload, radar suppression, ”Dolgov TASS.
said He added that the quadcopter can be used to control the condition of oil and gas pipelines and environmental monitoring, as well as to detect the consequences of sources of emergency situations (ES), assess damage and monitor restoration work.
He noted that a special coating is being developed for the drone, which will reflect radar signals.
Aeronet-2035 exhibition, which presents modern domestic developments in the field of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) for logistics, forestry and agriculture, special purpose and for the collection of geospatial data, will be held from November 17 to 27.
Earlier, on November 2, it became known that the Kalashnikov concern began deliveries of new copter-type UAVs to Russian troops. One of these drones is the ZALA 421-24, which is capable of operating under electronic countermeasures and flying in complete radio silence.
Concern “Kalashnikov”) supplied the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation with a batch of ammunition for optoelectronic countermeasures, creating a masking aerosol screen to protect vehicles and armored vehicles from high-precision weapons.