LYCAN CUAS (Counter Unmanned Aerial System)

LYCAN CUAS (Counter Unmanned Aerial System)
LYCAN CUAS (Counter Unmanned Aerial System)

The Lycan CUAS (Counter Unmanned Aerial System) allows friendly troops to find, watch, track and counter small drones that may be watching or attacking them. It does this using radar, cameras, and sensors that can sense the control signals from those drones, along with a jammer to block the drone’s operator from using it.
Lycan comes mounted on a tower that’s on a trailer, so it can be easily moved. The system is easy to use, and uses software that can communicate with other C2 platforms if needed. Lycan is ready for use right now and needs no development, but other sensors or systems can be added to it if needed.
The Lycan CUAS system is responsive this requirement by detecting, tracking, assessing, and mitigating Class I and II unmanned aerial systems (UAS) that adversaries are currently using to surveil, target and attack military or commercial installations.