Deputy head of Department of Russia's 'Avtomatika' company, Boris Chernoyarsky, said that the company brought the latest developments in systems that combat drones, speaking at Dubai Air Show 2019 on Monday.
He stressed that the company has been developing such complexes for two years and has three different types of them: small ones, that can block drone signals completely, middle ones and big ones that have pinpoint targeting of drone's frequency and can be deployed in airports and other places with no harm to radio signals.
Such devices as PISHAL anti-drone gun and various models and anti-drone complexes could be seen at Russia's stand.
"We have several negotiations scheduled at this event exactly on this topic. [The negotiations] are mainly with oil and gas companies and military," stressed Chernoyarsky.
The Dubai Air Show 2019 kicked off on Sunday at Dubai World Central. Some 1,300 companies from 160 countries take part in the event.