The WINGMAN 104 (WM104) is specially designed and developed with the customer to integrate with Nett Warrior. It is a ruggedized wearable, intuitive drone detection alarm and has the same specifications as the WINGMAN 103. The impressive performance packed in a small and lightweight form factor makes it the ideal wearable drone detection alarm designed to meet the requirements of special operations forces.
The WM104 continuously scans and searches for UAS control and video signals and acts as a real time, early-warning detector of commercial drones. The continuous scanning function makes it capable of detecting the drone control signal and/or video downlink signal – often before the drone takes off from the ground.
The WM104 provides real situational awareness and is used by the military in a wide range of demanding environments and situations. When a drone is detected, alarms are indicated to the operator with sound, vibration and/or visually with a bright LED. Continuous updates are always provided to the drone database with new search filters to provide users with the latest technology.
It is designed to function autonomously, and the internal antennas cover the 2.4GHz, 5.2GHz and 5.8GHz ISM band and is directional. An external active antenna (AA100) can be added to provide 360° coverage, which can increase the frequency range to cover five different frequency bands allowing for greater threat detection of enemy drones.
It is an all-weather device that can withstand extreme weather conditions. The device is IP67 rated and waterproof with its cover-caps that protect the unused connectors. It also has the capability to withstand extreme temperatures from -30°C to +65°C. It can be carried on the torso or on the outside of clothes to optimize performance (e.g. vest or backpack straps) using the MOLLE straps. Its low weight and small form factor allow each soldier to carry a personal WINGMAN.
The WINGMAN 104 comes in following colors: dessert, black or custom made, works directly out of the box, and is very easy to operate.