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SkyWall100 is a world first; it is the only way to physically capture a drone intact without
the risk of damage to the drone or surrounding area.

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SkyWall protecting Air Force One

SkyWall 100 deployed to protect US president in Berlin

Multiple SkyWall100 counter drone systems were deployed during a visit from the President of the United States of America to Berlin.

This operational deployment demonstrates how the unique SkyWall100 capability can provide protection from drone threats for heads of state while in mobile and urban environments.

The SkyWall100 system allows operators to physically capture any suspicious drone and bring it to the ground safely, without raising alarm in the surrounding area or causing collateral damage.

SkyWall100 was deployed in strategic locations, working alongside other counter drone technologies, to provide a high level of protection for President Barack Obama and the visiting delegation.

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SkyWall on show at Counter UAS in London in May


23rd May 2017

  The OpenWorks team will be presenting the production SkyWall100 drone defence system and the latest information on SkyWall300 and the extended range projectile at the Counter UAS event in London May 23-25th. SkyWall is a system that enables any security authority the ability to protect assets from the threats posed by drones. SkyWall100 is a man-portable, cost effective system that captures a drone in a net and then brings it to the ground under a parachute. The latest SkyWall300 system will be...

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