Simulator Mimics Drone Signals for c-UAS Training

By Phoebe Grinter / 24 Aug 2021

DroneShield Ltd has released a lightweight and rapidly deployable Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) / drone simulator that is able to mimic common drone signals for the purpose of counter-UAS system testing and validation. 

DroneShield DroneSim


The DroneSim device is capable of generating aerial, ground and water surface drone signals.

Constructed within a ruggedized hard case with MIL-SPEC connectors, DroneSim is durable and requires minimal training to install and operate. When connected to a network, DroneSim can be operated remotely, allowing for faster system testing and system testing in environments where drones may be unable to fly. 

An easy-to-use Graphical User Interface (GUI) allows the user to select between different UAS protocols and requires minimal training to use. 

“We are excited to launch DroneSim as our entry in the important market for training and simulation systems,” said DroneShield’s CEO, Oleg Vornik. 

“As a global leader in the counter-UAS space, DroneShield is well positioned to expand its solution ecosystem into this area”.

The product is designed for use by military, law enforcement, and government agencies worldwide. 

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