When you need to defend against drones, one size does not fit all.
A wide range of unmanned aircraft systems have come of age, from cheap but capable quadcopters to sophisticated combat drones. That has left civilian air traffic controllers, public safety officials, front-line military commanders and others looking for new and specialized technologies to detect, track and respond to the threat.
The answer to rogue drones can range from simply knowing they're there to carry out a complex counter-attack with lasers, radio waves, small drones and missiles. Our portfolio of sensors and effectors, networked into a command-and-control system, covers the complete counter-UAS mission.
Watch Raytheon’s counter-UAS tech defend against agile, unmanned threats and larger drone swarms.
Searching the sky for a rogue drone makes finding a needle in a haystack seem simple. Raytheon’s mix of advanced sensors puts eyes on target, delivering intelligence and precision guidance.
Command and Control
Managing multiple sensors and effectors in the field requires a system that ties everything together. Our flexible, open architecture command-and control-system combines sensors with jamming and cyber effects to take down drones.
There's more than one way to down a drone. From hard kills to cyber takeovers, Raytheon delivers effects tailored to the environment and the threat.
Deliver an affordable, precise and invisible beam of light to rapidly defeat drones.
Uses an advanced seeker and warhead to down drones with a drone.
Disrupt drone guidance systems with focused microwave energy, and can instantly sweep drone swarms from the sky.
Stinger Weapon System
Offers a missile with a proximity fuse to destroy drones with a direct hit or nearby detonation.
News & Feature Stories
Speed of Light
Directed energy systems down drones in U.S. Air Force demonstration.
Bad to the Drone
Windshear clips the wings of malicious drones.
A wide range of counter-UAS tech comes of age.