Technology & Products
Our Orion family of Anti-Drones systems consists of a wide range of products designed to address specific operational needs and budgets. From the light weight handheld Drone Slayer known as Orion-H, the family extends to our fully integrated ORION-I system, integrating RF Direction Finder, Radar, Long Range Camera (Day and Night) and Counter Drone Defeat System. The latter can be deployed as a fixed configuration or embarked on various types of platforms for mobile operations.
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TRD CASE STUDY : ORION-H9 HANDHELD DRONE DISRUPTOR
CASE STUDY 01
Ruggedized Handheld Drone Disruptor
Handheld drone disruptors are a simple yet effective solution to protect against rogue drones, as it is portable and quick to deploy. There are many options in the market, so how to determine the most suitable solution?
How can a user be ensured that the handheld drone disruptor is safe and fit for use, and performing well? Other than testing it physically, what should users look out for?
The most important criterion is to ensure sufficient RF bands are covered to disrupt a wide range of drones. Look out for Mil-Grade certifications and safety against radiation hazards for humans, fuel and ordnance.
TRD's ORION-H9 covers the most number of RF bands, which can disrupt most drones available in the market at a good distance.Information such as the direction of aim and operation status are displayed on the LED screen. The GUI is simple and user-friendly.
TRD's ORION-H9 is certified safe against radiation hazards for humans, fuel and ordnance.
TRD is ISO certified, and ORION-H9 is Mil-Grade certified This includes Mil-Std 810H, IEC 60529, IEEE C95 and NAVSEA OP.
Protection against high/low temperatures, humidity, water and dust, and radiation hazards.
TRD's ORION-H9 is highly reliable and easy to maintain. Comes with built-in test and overheat protection, displayed on an LED screen.
Mobile Ops Console: To enable network integration with C2
Training Simulator: For efficient and effective training without the use of live drones or jamming.