The US DoD has selected Liteye Systems’ Containerized Anti-UAS Defense Systems (C-AUDS) as the first ‘system of systems’ to be integrated with the USAF-developed MEDUSA Command and Control (C2) system for interim Counter Small Unmanned Systems (C-sUAS) applications.
Liteye’s combat-proven Anti-UAS Defense System (AUDS) has racked up over 1,000 defeats of drones flown by ISIS, the Taliban and others; C-AUDS is based on that tradition. The company’s portfolio of defence and critical infrastructure protection solutions continues to be a game-changing force to protect airfields, government installations and lives.
“C-AUDS is our most advanced C-sUAS solution, built on the foundation of fielded combat capabilities since 2016. It is a self-contained C-sUAS system that integrates very well with other sensors, C2 systems and weapon systems,” stated Kenneth Geyer, Liteye’s CEO. “The fact that the MEDUSA C2 System was chosen, and C-AUDS is an integral part of MEDUSA for protection of critical infrastructure, is no surprise. We are committed to continue deliveries of these capabilities to our current customers and to any organization with a requirement to protect lives and defend critical infrastructure.”
Liteye develops and manufactures C-sUAS, ruggedized thermal cameras and helmet-mounted displays, with over $100 million in products, support and services provided to the US government in recent years.