DroneShield company joins two US Department of Defense consortiums

DroneShield Ltd has been accepted into two key US Department of Defense (DoD) consortiums - System of Systems Consortium (SOSSEC) and Sensors, Communications, and Electronics Consortium (SCEC).

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DroneShield company joins two US Department of Defense consortiums US Army reviewing DroneShield's DroneGun MKIII. The DroneGun MKIII is a compact, lightweight UAS countermeasure solution designed for one hand operation. (Picture source: DroneShield )

DroneShield is an Australian publicly listed company with its head office in Sydney and teams in the US and UK. The company specialises in RF sensing, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Sensor Fusion, Electronic Warfare, Rapid Prototyping and MIL-SPEC manufacturing. Their capabilities are used to protect Military, Government, Law Enforcement, Critical Infrastructure, Commercial and VIPs throughout the world.

SOSSEC focuses on collaboration, innovation, and cooperation among its partners focussed on DoD mission sets, including areas highly relevant to DroneShield, including Electronic Warfare, Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance and Targeting, and Intelligence Analysis Exploitation and Dissemination.

SCEC conducts research, development, and testing in cooperation with the US Government, leading to technology demonstrations and prototype projects in the sensors, communications and electronics sciences and other related fields to maintain and improve warfighter capabilities in complex environments.

Oleg Vornik, DroneShield’s CEO, commented, “Enabling the US warfighter is our key priority. SCEC and SOSSEC, as two Other Transaction Authority (OTA) consortia, enable streamlined access to U.S. federal agency awards, and are an important step in our growing engagement with the US Government customers."