Anti-drone 'bullet' seeks, KOs enemy UAVs: Page 2 of 2

May 10, 2019 //By Rich Pell
Anti-drone 'bullet' seeks, KOs enemy UAVs
Drone-oriented defense company AerialX (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada) has created a drone "missile" solution designed to knock enemy unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) out of the sky.
energy supplied by its impact. If by chance it survives its initial collision, it possesses the ability to recalibrate in order to pursue a second target or return to the ground.

The company says it has received purchase orders for the DroneBullet from both the military and law enforcement, in the U.S. and overseas.

AerialX

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