Grene Robotics unveils AI-powered anti-drone system

Grene Robotics’ advanced autonomous counter-drone system is driven by artificial intelligence (AI)

India-based robotics firm Grene Robotics unveils what it is calling the world’s most advanced counter-drone system: AI-powered Indrajaal.

Designed to defend against all sizes of drones, from nano drones to large-sized drones; and against all levels of autonomous drones over an area of 4,000 square kilometers, Indrajaal is a modular solution. The firm maintains that it can be used in multiple scenarios, from protecting military installations to critical industries and moving targets or large surface areas such as borders.

Indrajaal, the company says, provides comprehensive security against moving threats, which static defense systems have trouble handling effectively. “From low radar cross section (RCS) threats to medium and high-altitude long endurance (MALE and HALE) UAVs, loitering munitions, smart bombs, rocket showers, nano and micro drones, swarm drones, and more, we have it all covered,” said Wing Commander Sai Mallela, co-founder of Grene Robotics.

Thanks to its AI interface, Grene Robotics’ anti-drone system has the ability to detect, identify, classify, track, and neutralize drone threats while also continuously learning and evolving to face evolving threats, the company claims.

According to Commander Mallela, existing systems are not as accurate because they are not scalable. “Only radar-based detections are inaccurate at low radar cross section (RCS) and close to the ground. They are even incapable of identifying the operating radio frequency,” he asserted.

For Grene Robotics, because drone activity is on the rise, the Indrajaal anti-drone system will play a vital role in safeguarding security particularly because of its the ability to distinguish between friendly and hostile drones.

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