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Paris Air Show 2019: Rafael presents its Mobile Drone Dome counter unmanned air system


Israeli Company Rafael presents it's Mobile Drone Dome mounted on a pickup all-terrain vehicle at Paris Air Show 2019, the International Aviation and Aerospace Defense Exhibition.


Rafael presents its Mobile Drone Dome counter unmanned air system Paris Air Show 2019 925 001 Mobile Drome Dome counter unmanned air system (C-UAS) anti-aircraft system. (Picture source Air Recognition)


The Drone Dome is a counter unmanned air system (C-UAS) anti-aircraft system developed by Rafael Advanced Defense Systems. The system has been used by British and US special forces during their fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. It was first displayed in 2016, and joins similar protection systems developed by Rafael such as the Iron Dome. The Drone Dome hosts different sensors including a RADA Electronic Industries RPS-42 radar, a CONTROP Precision Technologies imaging system, and radio signal detectors.

The Drone Dome is a counter unmanned air system (C-UAS) anti-aircraft system developed by Rafael Advanced Defense Systems. The system has been used by British and US special forces during their fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. It was first displayed in 2016, and joins similar protection systems developed by Rafael such as the Iron Dome.[3] The Drone Dome hosts different sensors including a RADA Electronic Industries RPS-42 radar, a CONTROP Precision Technologies imaging system, and radio signal detectors.

The Drone Dome is a counter unmanned air system (C-UAS) anti-aircraft system developed by Rafael Advanced Defense Systems. The system has been used by British and US special forces during their fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. It was first displayed in 2016, and joins similar protection systems developed by Rafael such as the Iron Dome.[3] The Drone Dome hosts different sensors including a RADA Electronic Industries RPS-42 radar, a CONTROP Precision Technologies imaging system, and radio signal detectors.