Grene Robotics, a well-known deep-tech business with headquarters in Hyderabad, has unveiled “Indrajaal,” which it claims is India’s first AI-powered anti-drone system. This cutting-edge device is intended to protect vital infrastructure, the private sector, and important installations from the growing drone threats.
With its extensive features and real-time threat neutralization, Indrajaal represents a significant advancement in India’s hunt for cutting-edge security solutions. With 12 different layers of artificial intelligence technology integrated, Indrajaal stands out as a ground-breaking development in drone security. It is powered by an inventive LEGO-like combination mechanism.
The technology offers 360-degree protection and is capable of detecting, identifying, classifying, tracking, and neutralizing threats in real-time, Kiran Raju, the company’s founder explained. With the help of this quick reaction mechanism, the threat can only exist for a short time, between 30 and 60 seconds, before countermeasures are taken.
The company claims that the Indrajaal Counter-Unmanned Aircraft System (C-UAS) is the only one of its kind in the world. Due to its extensive capabilities, it can defend a 4,000 square kilometer region from threats with low radar cross-section (RCS) to medium and high-altitude long-endurance (MALE and HALE) UAVs. It can tackle threats such as loitering weapons, smart bombs, rocket showers, and nano and micro drones.
The governor of Uttarakhand and former deputy chief of the army staff, Lieutenant General Gurmit Singh, emphasized the growing significance of Indrajaal in addressing India’s security issues. He discussed the Galwan event and previous drone attacks on the Jammu airport, emphasizing the necessity for efficient drone and swarm defenses.
Indrajaal has emerged as the solution to these security issues, showcasing its capacity to defend India’s private, public, and defense sector, he said.