• French Army with DroneGun Tactical. (Supplied)
    French Army with DroneGun Tactical. (Supplied)

DroneShield has announced that it has commenced expansion into the Brazilian market. 

As part of the entrance into the Brazilian market, DroneShield has received formal approval from Anatel, the Brazilian National Telecommunications Agency responsible for issuing the concession of new radio frequencies. Following the approval earlier this month, the Company has now sold a quantity of its DroneGun Tactical units to Brazilian Government. 

“Brazil is a large and sophisticated market for military and security equipment, and we are pleased to commence active presence in the country, deploying equipment to the customers," Oleg Vornik, DroneShield CEO, said. "We look forward growing our presence in Brazil with the urgent counterdrone requirements mirroring what we are seeing in other countries.”

Earlier this month, DroneShield sold a quantity of its RfOne MKIITM long-range sensors to the Australian Army. The RfOne MKII is a long range direction finder that, according to the company, detects and tracks small drones and other robotic threats at longer distances than any other device.

DroneShield's DroneSentry-X counter-UAS (C-UAS) detect-and-defeat system also successfully completed a demonstration during a recent exercise with the US Navy. The system was deployed on the Stiletto maritime demonstration boat for a period of six weeks, successfully completing a wide range of performance and evaluation metrics.

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