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Indian startup Edith systems developing Stinger-400 counter UAS system

Source : Indian Defence Updates (IDU)

Indian startup Edith systems developing Stinger-400 counter UAS system
Stinger-400 counter UAS system by Indian Defence Startup Edith Defence Systems (Image Source: Edith Defence Systems Twitter @_EDITH_D_S)

Indian Private Sector company Edith Defense Systems is developing a hard kill and capture Counter UAV system known as Stinger-400 that will be driven by Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence.

It weighs under 2 kilograms and will be integrated with the company’s T-Bone coaxial drone, the Stinger-400 will launch an air power projectile that will be time to deploy in front of the target drone and entangle it in its net.

The Stinger-400 will have a range greater than 300 meters and will be capable of repeated use in quick succession which will come in handy to neutralize drone swarms.



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