As part of the international technological forum Digital Bridge, an exhibition was held.
During the exhibition within the framework of the Digital Bridge forum, Kazakhstan Aerospace presented their developments in the field of radio-electronic warfare, as reported by Sarbaz.kz.
One of these developments is the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Countermeasure Station "Aspan-S." This system is designed to detect radio signals from UAV control channels and emit radio jamming to disrupt control and navigation channels. Its applications include the detection of transmission channels and the bearing of flying objects, along with automatic radio suppression, including the blocking of GLONASS and GPS networks.
"Aspan-S" can emit both directional beams with a width of 60 degrees and cover the entire 360-degree zone.
The system can detect micro UAVs at a range of 3 kilometers and suppress them at the same distance.