Drone technology has advanced tremendously in the past few years, and today drones significantly aid in surveying, disaster relief, delivery, and myriad business and consumer applications. In the wrong hands, however, a drone’s accessibility, capabilities, and ease of flying makes it especially suitable for hacking, surveillance, and terrorism. Dedrone protects organizations from malicious drones by securing the airspace using advanced hardware and software technology.
Dedrone releases enterprise-grade RF localization sensors to find drones and their pilots.
Dedrone releases a major enhancement their DroneTracker software, enabling organizations to easily find how many drones are in their airspace
Four Unicorn CEOs invest in Dedrone and Dedrone releases major software update
Dedrone raises $10 million in series A funding, led by Menlo Ventures
Dedrone receives $3 million in seed funding from venture firm Target Partners
Dedrone raises $15 million in Series B funding, led by Felicis Ventures and John Chambers, ex-CEO of Cisco
Dedrone partners Deutsche Telekom, who offer Dedrone as part of their Magenta Security solution
Dedrone relocates its
headquarters to San Francisco
Dedrone’s first product is launched into the market
Dedrone is founded and begins development of its first prototype
Dedrone wins Thunderdrone’s Game of Drones competition
Dedrone introduces swarm detection capabilities with DroneTracker 3.5
DroneTracker 4 released, including heat maps and advanced airspace analytics
Joerg Lamprecht is one of Germany's most successful entrepreneurs, having co-founded several companies and led them to successful exits, including Aibotix, a manufacturer of drones for surveyors and engineers, which was acquired in February 2014 by Swedish Hexagon Group. Joerg co-founded Dedrone in 2014 and has led the team since its inception.
Ingo studied at the Braunschweig University of Technology and received his PhD in surface engineering at the Frauenhofer Institute. In 2013 when a toy drone crashed into a stage in front of Angela Merkel, Ingo was the first to have the idea of creating technology to protect from drone threats. Later he founded Dedrone with Jörg Lamprecht and Rene Seeber. At Dedrone Ingo is responsible for hardware development and production, as well as the company's accounting control.
Rene founded his first company together with Jörg Lamprecht while studying math and computer science at the University of Kassel. The company was later bought by Internet Security Systems (ISS) in 2004, and ISS was taken over by IBM in 2007. In 2009 he co-founded JouleX, which was acquired by Cisco in 2013, and he remained there as CTO of Cisco's EnergyWise technology until joining Dedrone. Today, Rene applies his experience as a founder and architect of complex, innovative software products in his role as CTO and manager of software and technology development at Dedrone.
Focused on top line growth, David brings over 10 years of experience driving sales to reach their goals across startups and established companies.
A technology leader across startups and established companies in enterprise networking, security, and energy management, David’s breadth and depth of experience helps connect Dedrone technology to its customers.
John brings core expertise in M&A, scaling organizations in advance of a public offering (e.g., while at Netflix, NetLogic Microsystems, Audience), and raising debt and equity capital.
A US Navy Veteran trained in Signals Intelligence & Electronic Warfare, Phil brings over 20 years of military, government and defense expertise
Formerly the Director of Marketing for Cisco Meraki, the leader in cloud-managed IT that was acquired by Cisco for $1.2 billion and grew to over 200,000 customers.
Though our employees are located across many continents, the Dedrone team feels like one. A mix of folks from successful startups, large enterprises, prestigious universities, and even pure science, we work diligently to develop technology that solves the most advanced security challenges our customers face today.