The unmanned system strategy announced by the British government in 2016 included anti-UAV technology as an important part and established the Anti-UAV Information Center, code-named COI4, to study government misuse of improper UAVs Caused by terrorist activities, attacks, protests, dangerous contraband transport and other issues.
In June 2015, a new Anti-UAV defense system (AUDS) was developed in the United Kingdom. The system consists of an optical jammer, a 4-band suppression / screening system and a rapid deployment module that can defend within 8 km UAVs, mainly small fixed-wing and rotary-wing UAVs. The principle is to first locate the UAV accurately using radars and optical instruments, and then cut off the communication between the UAV and the remote control device by firing directional high-power radio interference to force the UAV to land.
Although there is still a big gap between complete control of the UAVs, it has taken a big step forward. At the same time, Britain is still studying the ability of the AUDS system to control, so that the system operator can control the target UAV.
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