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How Advanced Drone Technologies are Defending and Detecting sUAS Attacks
Counter-drone technology provides organizations with the most accurate and actionable information on airspace activity and helps prevent sUAS attacks and intrusions.
FERMONT, CA: The secret to successful neutralization of the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) threat is early detection and identification. It would provide enough time to make a decision about the nature of the threat and help deploy the necessary means to destroy or capture a rogue UAV. One company Dedrone offers drone trackers like DroneTracker 4.1 to address these challenges. The drone tracker provides Dedrone customers with advanced integration of radar and PTZ cameras for sUAS detection and threat avoidance. DroneTracker 4.1 from Dedrone. RF, WiFi, and non-WiFi sUAS are graded and remembered. The software system, including the Dedrone RF-100 andRF-300, collects data from hardware inputs. These data inputs determine the drone manufacturer, model, time, and length of drone activity. DroneTracker 4.1 prompts identification alerts and countermeasures.
DroneTracker 4.1 enhancements include advanced radar and PTZ camera integration, classification options for active sUAS programs organizations, and continuing updates to the proprietary sUAS signature database, DroneDNA. DroneTracker 4.1 extends its versatility for the extended range to more radar and PTZ camera sensors. This helps identify autonomous drones and confirm sUAS by thermal and infrared detection in low-light environments. The platform also promotes the focus of security providers on only those alerts that require intervention. DroneTracker 4.1 provides DroneDNA automated updates to users, allowing security teams to select the best sensor hardware for explicit evaluation and understanding of airspace activity. DroneTracker 4.1 offers its users with an interface that enables team members to access and respond to critical information before, during, and after an incursion into the drone.
Dedrone is a leader in the aviation security industry and technology. By securing airspace using enhanced hardware and software technology, the company protects businesses from malicious drones. The counter-drone system from Dedrone combines hardware sensors and ML technology, offering early warning, identification, and relief from all drone threats. Dedrone Defense is the only manufacturer and provider of DroneDefender, a non-kinetic, radiofrequency sUAS countermeasure that defends airspace without jeopardizing collateral damage.
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