Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), a Japanese multinational aerospace and defense company, has announced the development of new counter-unmanned aerial system (C-UAS) and cyber-security capabilities.
The new C-UAS capabilities are designed to provide customers with enhanced protection against unmanned aerial threats. MHI’s C-UAS system is equipped with a range of detection, targeting, tracking, and jamming capabilities to detect and defeat enemy drones.
The C-UAS system uses advanced signal recognition algorithms and advanced processing techniques to identify and classify potential threats. The system is able to detect and track multiple targets simultaneously. It is also capable of jamming or disrupting communications between an enemy drone and its operator.
MHI has also developed a suite of cyber-security capabilities to protect customers from malicious cyber-attacks. The new cyber-security capabilities are designed to detect and prevent malicious activity, such as data breaches, malware, and other malicious threats. The system is capable of protecting against both targeted and opportunistic attacks.
MHI’s cyber-security capabilities are designed to provide customers with a robust, integrated defense against malicious cyber-attacks. The system uses advanced analytics to identify and block malicious traffic as well as to detect and respond to malicious activities.
MHI’s new C-UAS and cyber-security capabilities are part of the company’s growing portfolio of advanced defense technologies. The new capabilities are designed to provide customers with enhanced protection against a range of threats, including unmanned aerial systems, cyber-attacks, and other malicious activities.