Sydney-based firm DroneShield Ltd (“DroneShield” or the “Firm”) is happy to advise that it has bought a amount of its RfOne MKII long-range sensors to the Australian Military. The potential is being delivered instantly to permit the Australian Military to evaluate its future counter-drone necessities and choices.

Oleg Vornik, DroneShield CEO, commented, “As an Australian firm, DroneShield is immensely proud to assist the Australian Military with its long-range counter-drone technique.”


The deployment of those long-range sensors will spotlight the pliability, resilience, and capabilities of DroneShield tools in a dynamic discipline surroundings, whereas additionally helping the Australian Military in establishing its counter drone necessities and future functionality choices. The sale was structured as a one-off sale to the Australian Military, and, much like the usual purchases from DroneShield’s different defence and legislation enforcement prospects, includes a small buy of kit. Whereas the scale of the sale is financially immaterial, it’s thought-about to be materials from a development perspective as it’s anticipated to result in bigger procurements.

DroneShield Ltd is an Australian publicly listed firm with its head workplace in Sydney and groups within the US and UK. The corporate concentrate on RF sensing, Synthetic Intelligence and Machine Studying, Sensor Fusion, Digital Warfare, Fast Prototyping and MIL-SPEC manufacturing. DroneShield capabilities are used to guard Navy, Authorities, Regulation Enforcement, Important Infrastructure, Industrial and VIPs all through the world. DroneShield is proudly exporting Australian functionality to prospects all through the world and supporting Australia’s defence, nationwide safety and different organisations defend folks, vital infrastructure and important belongings.