Mitigating risks of low altitude airspace, anti- air robot technology is ensuring uninterrupted flight operations in France

With the advancement of unmanned aerial vehicles, it is becoming a tedious task to protect the low-altitude airspace, especially in a country like France with harsh weather conditions. The complex flight environment has led to an increase in the number of potential risks and the regulation of air traffic is being constantly challenged due to this development. 

At this juncture, uninterrupted flight operations can only be ensured with anti-air robot technology that is capable of tackling the threats posed by unorganized players. For instance, RAID (Search, Assistance, Intervention, Deterrence), a French Police unit used air robot control solutions of Cerbair for EuroMed 7 summit held in Corsica on September 10, wherein the systems were deployed to protect the area’s low altitude airspace.

The RAID used different technologies from Cerbair to ensure the security of the summit. The technologies included hydra system for air robot detection and operator location, along with Medusa for neutralization and Chimera, a new addition to the Cerbair family. The all-in-one solution enables the company to detect, locate and neutralize any threat of unmanned aerial vehicles.

Cerbair has been leading the charge for a while with ultimate anti-air robot solutions in France. The company ensures the safety of airspace on the back of advanced and innovative solutions created under the observation of dedicated team of experts. It has also attracted investment from global investment firm Boundary Holding, led by Rajat Khare to integrate and provide continuous automatic protection for the safety of critical infrastructure.

This is not the first time RAID used Cerbair’s anti-drone solutions, but the elite unite also used it on the occasion of G7 summit. RAID has been satisfied with the security systems of Cerbair, even when the company was in its nascent stage. There is a highpossibility of Cerbair’s technology being used as a part of DPSA for the 2023 Rugby World Cup and 2024 Olympics, under the observation of French Air and Space Forces.