Counter Drone

SMASH offers kinetic protection against evolving threats to dismounted forces. Repurposed and occasionally armed civilian drones have become common, turning the concept of unmanned warfare back on national forces.

Being barely  more than toys, these aircraft are small and cheap, but are surprisingly fast and nimble, making them very hard to counter even for skilled marksmen and usually require more complex air defences than a basic infantry patrol can call upon.

Until now.

The SMASH fire control system puts a precision anti-drone capability at the fingertips of its users, featuring built-in targeting algorithms that can track and hit even very small drones skimming along at high speed, at ranges of up to 120 metres, with the first shot.