Details Emerge on DoD Waveform Resilience Initiative

by Amit Kalra

The Dronaam C-UAS is represented in robust transportable cases. (Gurutvaa Systems)

Indian company Gurutvaa Systems has delivered the first set of locally developed “Dronaam” unmanned aircraft systems (C-UAS) to the Indian Air Force (IAF).

Harshad Dave, director of Gurutvaa Systems, said
that an undisclosed number of Dronaam C-UAS were delivered to the IAF earlier in May under a contract signed in August 2021. The system was delivered within nine months.

Dave said the system went through a design review in October 2021 and the first prototype tests were conducted in December 2021. A second test of a standard production system, which incorporated suggestions from the first trial, had been conducted by the IAF in February 2022.

Dave further added that the Dronaam system is entirely locally developed and has proven to be effective in disrupting GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) navigation and jamming radio frequencies of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs).

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