The benefits of aerial robots are well-known and so are the challenges posed by them. This is why, countermeasures such as neutralisation and jamming technology, have been developed. However, while they have helped the organisations across crucial sectors effectively deal with the unwanted aerial robots to a great extent, they too come with certain loopholes, whether it is with regards to their detection range or mitigation techniques.
Taking all these into considerations, one thing is obvious – the features of the available counter technologies are not optimum. Adopting the most practical and reliable approaches i.e simulation and prototyping, we, at Bharat Aero, conduct research on how aerial robots react when exposed to certain electromagnetic waves. With this, we seek to help the OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) develop technology that can tackle all kinds of challenges brought about by unregistered aerial robots.
As a part of our simulation practice, we test the impact of electromagnetic waves on aerial robots in real-time environmental setting. This helps us determine the technological loopholes far better thus, enabling us to find out the most optimum countermeasure that can be taken in a particular environmental condition. On the other hand, Bharat Aero’s prototyping method pertains to designing prototypes of incoming radio signals that carry data and then verifying their modulation performance.
Our ultimate goal is to take the research and development on electromagnetic waves to greater heights and help companies in finding key insights into real-world challenges such as ensuring asset protection. Currently, most of the counter technologies operate only in the environment that they are made to operate in. Therefore, Bharat Aero seeks to make them as comprehensive as possible by taking sensors, radars and everything else into consideration which make up for a ‘complete’ countermeasure.