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HENSOLDT equips undisclosed South East Asian customer with Xpeller counterdrone solution.

Urban installation of an Xpeller system, comprised of a Spexer 360 radar, daylight and thermal cameras, one Spexer 500, two Skyscan 7x and one Jammer. Photo: HENSOLDT

Ulm, Germany, 05 May 2021 – The sensor solutions provider HENSOLDT will equip an undisclosed South East Asian Customer with its Xpeller counterdrone solutions (C-UAS). Due to the sensitive nature of the customer’s mission, the details of the Xpeller configuration remain confidential.

The HENSOLDT system, Xpeller, is made up of numerous sensors. Different configurations are offered according to the customers’ missions. The agility and scalability of Xpeller demonstrates its strength. With this modular approach and open interface architecture, additional sensors are easily integrated upon the customer’s request. In this case, it also includes the HENSOLDT Spexer 360 radar at some sites and the CXEye software as the C2 backbone. HENSOLDT’s AI capabilities enhance the detection and identification capabilities of the sensors. The system is hardened with the HENSOLDT cyber security solution.

“With the wide availability of small drones, which are often commercially available for just a few hundred Euros, monitoring the airspace to detect unmanned threats and take action in an urban environment is a critical and a challenging task, but one HENSOLDT is up for”, said Andrew Chia, Sales Director Asia Pacific.

 

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Carina Engelhardt     
Tel.: +49 (0)7364.9557.531
carina.engelhardt@hensoldt.net

 

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