Group A should fit the air defense system of the Air Force.
If it is the level of group C commercial drones, a soft kill would be sufficient.
However, a soft kill is not enough for an attacking fixed-wing UAV belonging to Group B, which is currently emerging as the most serious threat. Since it mainly flies at an altitude of 500 meters or less avoiding the anti-aircraft radar defenses, a low-altitude detection radar is essential, and a soft kill for GNSS (L1, L2) is essential in order to prevent an attack at an accurate point. However, it would be nice if it could be neutralized with a perfect soft kill, but a hard kill is absolutely necessary as a last resort.
In the meantime, in the case of 5.56mm and 7.62mm, only firearms of at least 12.7mm have been used for anti-aircraft strikes of at least 1km due to problems with effective range and long-range accuracy. However, if the warhead of DURETEK developed with the world’s first patented technology is used, it is possible to accurately strike up to 1.5km even with 5.56mm. This warhead makes it possible to build a lightweight, cost-minimized hard-kill system with small-caliber weapons. Now all that’s left for you to do is choose where to install it (vehicle or station) and the RCWS model.