How to arrange drone countermeasures in city center buildings
According to the environmental characteristics of the building, one "UAV radar detection host" is arranged at the commanding height of the building or in the direction of the selected key height (a small amount of infrared sensors are added as appropriate to fill the blindness according to the actual installation conditions), which can complete the full-coverage detection of the space surrounding the building. The "infrared blind-filling sensor" is arranged on the roof of the building, which can fill and detect the blindness of the upward space on the roof, and finally constitute a detection cover for the entire plane space around the building. The maximum detection interval is 12,000 meters, which can effectively detect sudden micro-UAVs.
Two multi-mode countermeasure guns are arranged on the roof of the building, which can complete the automatic integrated drone jammers in the whole airspace. Counter-guns can also be carried by inspectors or defenders, receive detection and guidance information in real time, and interfere with drones manually. The main sensors, supplementary sensors, and countermeasure guns distributed in a distributed manner are gathered through the network to the monitoring and command center server. The monitoring and command center is arranged at any position inside the building. The minimum configuration is two high-performance service computers and two screens.
The workflow of the UAV detection and countermeasure system is as follows: Distributed fusion sensor network discovers UAVs—Server intelligently analyzes and identifies whether there is a threat—Monitoring command center alarms and automatically dispatches the nearest camera to aim at the invading UAV - Video review by the surveillance personnel - Issue a countermeasure command - Automatically aim and interfere with the counter-gun of the drone closest to the invading drone.