The company said Thursday its Titan C-UAS kits were ordered by the service branch under a $4 million deal to support a unit within the Army.
Titan is designed to enable automated detection and response to drone threats through the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning. By creating a secure perimeter, the C-UAS works to reduce collateral damages. It is also capable of multi-drone scenario management.
“We look forward to seeing these systems utilized on the battlefield to defeat enemy drones and provide a layer of protection to the Army warfighter and our nation in the very near-term,” said James Batt, chief growth officer of BlueHalo.