Each unit of Indrajaal can autonomously protect an area of 1000-2000 sq km against threats
Hyderabad-based tech R&D company Grene Robotics has developed India’s first autonomous drone defence dome, Indrajaal.
In a time where modern warfare is heavily adopting new technology like AI, innovations like Indrajaal can help the country’s defence system to be updated.
“A minimum of 300 systems are required to be deployed to protect the entire western border and this is financially not a viable option. On the contrary, 6-7 sectorally deployed Indrajaal systems with their seamless connectivity can protect the entire western border,” said the company.
Each unit of Indrajaal can autonomously protect an area of 1000-2000 sq km against threats such as UAVs, incoming weapons, loitering munitions, and Low-RCS targets, as per the company.
According to the firm, Indrajaal is capable of real-time situational awareness, can integrate with all current weapons suite and infrastructure, has a honeycombed cell structure seamlessly built over a combination of 9-10 technologies, provides 24x7x365 persistent and autonomous monitoring, tracking and action.
Indrajaal’s design principles leverages a combination of 9-10 modern technologies that are powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI), cybersecurity and robotics.
“I urge the defence leadership to take an integrated and comprehensive approach against all the UAVs, loiter ammunition swarm drones and low RCS threats with indigenously developed Autonomous Defence Systems. Conventional defences will be overwhelmed in a swarm attack scenario and an AI-Enabled Autonomous Dome with its own ecosystem of sensors and processing is the way forward. The process of establishing a fully functional system is an evolutionary process and needs technology vision and user involvement,” Wg Cdr MVN Sai (Retd), CEO Defence, Grene Robotics.