Simlat, a provider of training systems for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), has announced that it has developed a simulation capability for counter-UAS (C-UAS) operations. The new simulation module allows the emulation of various sensors and effectors with diverse capabilities and technologies. High volume threats, which may include any kind of hostile platform(s) in any configuration, are simulated in complex environments such as airports, critical infrastructure settings, urban terrain and sensitive sites.
Simlat’s capabilities enable the simulation of the identification and neutralization of the rogue UAS. Taking into consideration the radar’s capabilities, Simlat can simulate how rogue UAS that may vary in size, range and altitude are being detected by the radar. The neutralization process of these rogue UAS can also be simulated when and if applicable.