Drone Major Group
by on October 15, 2018
Smart Shooter unveiled a tactical drone-elimination variant of its SMASH 2000 fire control system at last week’s AUSA annual meeting and exposition.
The basic SMASH 2000 system, which adds digital precision fire to in-service rifles and ammunition, has been tested by US Special Operations Command elements and other military agencies, and entered operational service with the Israel Defence Forces in early 2018.
The new variant, dubbed SMASH 2000 Plus, locks, tracks and accurately hits both conventional targets and small, fast and maneuverable tactical unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), day and night.
According to Abraham Mazor, VP of business development for Smart Shooter, the public debut of SMASH 2000 Plus coincides with an ongoing revolution in weapon design.
“During the last 20 years, weapons came to be very precise,” he explained, pointing to complex tactical scenarios that include the presence of innocent personnel on the battlefield.
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