The system automatically detects enemy drones and determines the most appropriate way to react
The first Greek threat drone neutralization system, presented by SAS Technology in collaboration with the National Center for Research and Technological Development in Thessaloniki.
The “Panoptis” system, recently participated in a technology competition organized by NATO and managed to take 1st place, offering a tracker that is based on artificial intelligence and simultaneously analyzes data from multiple sensors.
The system automatically monitors and recognizes enemy drones and determines the appropriate response mode and weapon to be used for neutralization, according to CERTH.
For the development and commercial utilization of the system, CERTH will cooperate with the company SAS Technology, which has develop the first armed drone of Greek design.
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