ITAR-TASS 81: LENINGRAD REGION, RUSSIA. SEPTEMBER 27, 2009. Unmanned aerial vehicle is involved in the drills at Kamenka training range during the operational-strategic exercises Ladoga-2009. (Photo ITAR-TASS / Vadim Zhernov) 81. Россия. Ленинградская область. 27 сентября. Беспилотный летательный аппарат на оперативно-стратегических учениях “Ладога- 2009” на полигоне “Каменка”. Фото ИТАР-ТАСС/ Вадим Жернов

MOSCOW, July 14. /TASS/. Ruselectronics Group (part of the state hi-tech corporation Rostec) has developed an Ataka-Trophy mobile anti-drone system, Rostec said in a statement on Tuesday.

“The system can identify a drone under the ‘friend or foe’ principle without an operator’s participation and automatically prevent the unauthorized penetration into the secured area,” the statement says.

The system is mounted on an UAZ off-road vehicle and can be deployed within five minutes, the press office specified.

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