While the popularity of consumer drones continues to increase, it has posed potential safety and security challenges for areas such as airports, prisons, nuclear power plants, and various government facilities and infrastructure. Traditional protections in these locations may not be able to adequately detect and monitor UAVs to prevent consequential incidents. Aeroscope is able to identify the vast majority of popular drones on the market today by monitoring and analyzing their electronic signals to gain critical information, allowing users to protect the integrity of their flight-sensitive environment.
Medium- and long-range 3D radar systems from Observation Without Limits (OWL) provide detection, tracking, and classification capabilities to monitor and respond to drone threats in real time at significant ranges (5 km for Class 1, up to 15 km for larger drones). OWL sensors can be used for straightforward drone threat situational awareness or as the 3D surveillance foundation of fully integrated counter-drone solutions that includes RF sensors, thermal imaging systems, electronic and kinetic counter-measures, and associated command-and-control software.
Web-based radar user interface
Dedrone’s RF Sensors are purpose-built for airspace security and collect hard data on drone activity in the airspace. They detect all kinds of drones and have a coverage range over 1 mile in ideal conditions. The RF localization technology enables users to find the location of the pilot and drone, making termination of the threat much more practical. Dedrone’s RF Sensor is the foundation that enables robust security to protect against drones. It alerts to potential threats even before they take off the ground, and measurement-grade RF technology pinpoints the locations of drone and pilot.