Protecting Critical National Infrastructure from Drone Attacks

Protecting Critical National Infrastructure

Guarding an airport or nuclear power plant has traditionally relied on fences and surveillance cameras, but the growing threat of drone attacks has made watching the skies increasingly important. Harry Lye speaks to Blighter Surveillance Systems about protecting critical national infrastructure.

As the threat from #drones grows, so does our response. Blighter’s CEO Angus Hone and Co-Found & CTO Mark Radford spoke to Harry Lye at Global Defence Technology about how to protect Critical National Infrastructure.

Read the full article >> GDT Magazine (October 2020)

About Blighter (

Blighter Surveillance Systems is a rapidly growing company, employing 40 people and located in Great Chesterford near Cambridge, UK. Blighter designs and manufactures world-beating 2D and 3D electronic-scanning ground-based radars, which can accurately detect drones, people, vehicles and boats at large distances.

Its radars are key sensors in surveillance and counter-drone applications, and are used in more than 35 countries around the world, delivering 24/7 security protection along national borders and coastlines, at military bases, and to protect manoeuvre force missions when deployed on military land vehicles and trailers.  Blighter’s radars also play a key role in guarding critical national infrastructure (CNI) sites such as airports, power plants and oil and gas facilities.