Flex Force Enterprises, a leader in defense technology solutions, has announced a groundbreaking addition to its counter-drone arsenal: the Dronebuster Fixed-Site (FS). This new variant is tailored to enhance the security of military installations and other critical infrastructures against sophisticated drone threats.

Set to be officially unveiled next week at Eurosatory 2024 in Paris, the Dronebuster FS marks a significant advancement in drone defense technology. Designed with a “user-centric” approach, the system promises unparalleled performance and efficiency, according to the company.

The Dronebuster FS is engineered to provide a robust layered defense to stationary assets. It features a scalable architecture that allows for multiple radiofrequency emitter configurations, optimizing its effectiveness against a variety of drone threats. This flexibility ensures that the system can be adapted to counter evolving technologies in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

Dronebuster FS Key Features

One of the standout features of the Dronebuster FS is its minimal collateral damage when in operation, making it a preferred choice for use in densely populated or sensitive environments.

The system’s integration capabilities are also a highlight; it can be seamlessly incorporated into vehicles, pan-tilts, or other installations defined by the user, ensuring versatility across different military and defense scenarios.

“The Dronebuster FS provides extensive capability to adjust system parameters and integrates readily onto various platforms,” said Greg Valentin, President of Flex Force Enterprises. “This enhancement of the Dronebuster platform underscores our commitment to continuously innovate and provide effective solutions to our customers.”

In addition to its defensive capabilities, the Dronebuster FS boasts up to three hours of continuous jamming and more than 10 hours of drone detection, providing extended protection against UAV incursions.

Its compact design does not detract from its power, maintaining the legacy of the original Dronebuster system, which is favored for its portability and ease of use by dismounted troops.