skywall 100: The drones they start and appear more and more often, even in places where they shouldn't be. So lately, many have focused on developing solutions aimed at keeping drones away from stadiums, airports and government buildings.
Most solutions intercepting drones, have focused on air combat, but the SkyWall 100 has a different approach. The goal is not to destroy the drone, but to grab it in the air. This is achieved with an air projectile containing a net.
SkyWall 100 was developed by a team English techniques and has a "cannon" that weighs 10 kg and can be adjusted to the shooter's shoulder. It is powered by compressed air and can send a net up to “catch” the challenging drone. It can capture drones at a height of 100 meters.
The system uses a smart software that automatically corrects the route and distance of the unmanned aircraft at the time of targeting.
After pulling the trigger, SkyWall 100 sends a missile containing a net to tap into the drone's propellers before opening a parachute and drifting gently to the ground.
At the moment nothing has been announced about the price or availability of the "weapon", but the first units are scheduled to be made available by the end of this year.'
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