The kick-off meeting of the PADIC project took place on December 1-2 in Järfälla, Sweden.
The European Defence Industrial Development Program project “Passive Acquisition by Digital Convergence” (PADIC) will develop a coastal radar network system with an open architecture; connecting passive, digital sensors of different types. Passive radars use reflections of signals from TV and radio stations, mobile network base stations and added transmitters to detect objects on land, at sea and in the air.
Project homepage can be found here.
More info from here.
Ratelon is giving out two 2500 euro scolarships to IT students
Rantelon, in cooperation with Tallinn University of Technology, invites bachelor’s students in hardware development and programming to apply for a scholarship. The grant amounts to 2500 euros and is intended for two students. Rantelon’s goal is to recognize young active students in hardware development and programming. These students are potentially the next generation of engineers […]
EAS Supports the Development of Drone Detection and Defence Systems
The objective of the project „Development of drone detection and defence systems” is to improve the characteristics of Rantelon’s drone detection and defence equipment, to add new functionalities and the development of a new generation device that integrates drone detection and defence into a single device. Additionally, visual detection device of Marduk Technologies is integrated […]
Rantelon won the EDA Defence Innovation Prize.
Rantelon, in cooperation with Tampere university has won the 2020 EDA Defence Innovation Prize with their work “Full-Duplex Radio Technology for Enhanced Defence Capabilities Against Drone Swarms”. The core innovation of reaching full duplex capability should allow to simultaneously recon drones via their Radio Frequency (RF) signals and to neutralise them, e.g. via jamming, contributing […]