DroneShield Limited (ASX: DRO) is happy to share an update regarding its participation in the army war fighting experiment in the British army. It’s a 4-week exercise which is being launched by the British army. The battlegroup is from the first Armoured Infantry Brigade (United Kingdom) which will be providing the exercising troop. It will also take responsibility for commanding as well as controlling the troop.
Further, a test will be performed on the robotic and autonomous systems (RAS) in order to evaluate the effectiveness of RAS on the battlefield. These upgradations of the technical advancement will play an important role to identify the striking capability of the British army. It will also make sure that the British army has a unique footprint across the world.
Autonomous Warrior is not only responsible for enhancing the proficiencies in the investigation but will also improve the efficiency of long-range and precision pointed by service personnel.
Mark Lancaster who the UK’s Defense Minister said that the British Arm forces have continuously worked in order to cross the barrier of innovative warfare. This will in well advance prepare the army about the upcoming threats on the battlefield. Autonomous Warrior has a clear picture about the vision in regard to operations of the army in the 21st century. They had already set an ambitious vision by integrating drones, vehicles which operates without a staff as well as the personnel into a world-class force for upcoming decades.
There was a large-scale association of British Army, the Royal Navy, the Royal Air Force, the United States Army, the UK Ministry of Defense, the UK Defense Science and Technology Laboratory and the industry participants who were invited to participate in this exercise.
In this exercise, DroneShield was also invited to participate and was asked to hand over its DroneSentinelTM system to the British Army so that it can take its position as soon as possible. Early hand over of this system will enable the British army to test the system so that troops are prepared to spot and defend against aggressive drones. The CEO of DroneShield, Oleg Vornik stated at present they are involved in the training and also advising the British troop to deploy and operating procedures of DroneSentinelTM system. This will help the British troop to operate independently and combine the capabilities to defend against drone single-handedly and share the updates to commanders in case of upcoming threats.
On the other hand, Mobilicom which has been developing robotics over the past 25 years secured an initial purchase order worth $200,000. This robotics are capable of performing highly complex tasks in the region which is considered to be highly risky for human safety. This purchase of Mobilicom’s MCU-30 Lite units highlights the broad capabilities and growing interest in the technology used by Mobilicom technology. This purchase order not only highlights the confidence in Mobilicom’s technology but will also expand its international reach. The features associated with MCU-30 Lite unit is that it provides 4G along with Mobile MESH, IP communication which will include HD video, data, and VoIP.
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