DroneShield has signed a collaboration settlement with The Australian Missile Company because the GWEO enterprise enters the subsequent part. DroneShield is happy to announce that it has signed a collaboration settlement with The Australian Missile Company (AMC), because the $1bn Guided Weapons and Explosive Ordnance (GWEO) enterprise enters the subsequent part. Thought of areas of cooperation between AMC and DroneShield embody counter-drone safety, prevalent in present battlefield as seen with the Ukraine battle, in addition to Digital Warfare and related Synthetic Intelligence work.

DroneShield’s DroneSentry-X

Rear Admiral Lee Goddard (Ret.), AMC’s CEO, commented “We’re happy to cooperate with DroneShield, with its Australian sovereign functionality, as we progress our GWEO programme. Its world-leading applied sciences mixed with its experience in engineering and physics can be essential to the event of guided weapons in Australia.”


DroneShield CEO, Oleg Vornik, added, “We’re thrilled to work with AMC and its community of companions, to help in delivering of this iconic Australian defence programme.”

DroneShield's DroneGun MKIII
DroneShield’s DroneGun MKIII

The AMC was one of many Australian-based GWEO enterprise panel companions invited by the Commonwealth Authorities in April to work with world missile manufacturing giants Lockheed Martin and Raytheon in establishing an area trade. DroneShield is an Australian/US publicly listed firm specializing in RF sensing, Synthetic Intelligence and Machine Studying, Sensor Fusion, Digital Warfare, Fast Prototyping and MIL-SPEC manufacturing. The corporate capabilities are used to guard Navy, Authorities, Legislation Enforcement, Crucial Infrastructure, Business and VIPs all through the world.