Low-Impact CUAS System
San Diego, CA
Citadel Defense has been awarded multiple counter drone delivery contracts from Five Eyes (FVEY) customers. The Five Eyes is an intelligence alliance comprising Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. These countries are all parties to the multilateral UKUSA Agreement, a treaty for joint cooperation in signals intelligence.
Citadel’s Titan counter unmanned aircraft system (CUAS) will be rapidly fielded in response to immediate operational needs. The Titan was selected based on positive reports from over a dozen realistic threat evaluations and three years of operational success in high-stakes military and federal agency missions.
Titan delivers autonomous protection against an estimated 98% of commercially available drone threats with superior performance in urban environments. Low support, training, and sustainment costs deliver a force multiplying benefit to militaries and governments during a time when resources and budgets are constrained.
According to Citadel's CEO, Christopher Williams, “Titan was engineered with artificial intelligence, machine learning, and adaptive countermeasures to make every operator, regardless of training or job specialty, capable of preventing unwanted drone activity with low-collateral impact.”
Allied forces have become familiar with Titan technology during joint missions with U.S. forces. With legacy technologies struggling to address the evolving threat, allied forces have selected Titan’s capabilities based on operator trust and effectiveness in hundreds of different missions. The multi-domain mission flexibility offered by Titan equips expeditionary forces with necessary protection that has previously been unaddressed.
Citadel Defense, a company that specializes in designing and developing cutting-edge counter-drone technology, builds industry-proven and artificially intelligent drone mitigation solutions for military, homeland security and commercial applications. Some of Citadel's current customers include the U.S. Special Forces, Army, Navy, Air Force, Department of Homeland Security, Border Patrol, and the Coast Guard.
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