The Army’s Joint Counter-Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems has chosen CACI International’s CORIAN system to safeguard Defense Department staff and facilities against threats from unmanned aircraft systems and drones.
Pentagon leadership selected CORIAN as one of three fixed/semi-fixed systems green-lighted for use by DOD. The technology was identified as one of the fixed/semi-fixed systems that provided “the best performance and capability mix during the assessment.”
CORIAN is a modular, scalable mission technology system that detects, identifies, tracks and mitigates UAS threats. It uses precision-neutralization techniques that ensure little to no collateral damage to the surrounding radio frequency spectrum and communications.
“CACI looks forward to expanding our base of installed systems worldwide and continuing our support to the Defense Department with CORIAN for immediate use, future research and testing to counter UAS threats,” said John Mengucci, CACI president and CEO. “As a market leader in counter-UAS, we are significantly expanding CACI’s critical mission UAS technologies to best meet the ever-evolving operational needs of the DoD.”