We’re excited to announce the arrival of DroneTracker 3 and provide our global network of customers and partners the latest and leading in technology to protect their physical and cyber infrastructure. The advancements included in DroneTracker 3 further demonstrate that airspace security cannot exist without accurate detection technology.
Proactive drone detection is used as a diagnostic tool, building intelligence around the scope and problem by auditing airspace, and then feeding back information into security processes. Before countermeasures or security protocols can be developed, DroneTracker must be integrated to a security ecosystem, to answer the question: “How many drones are in your airspace?”
Building on the success of its predecessors, DroneTracker 3 brings significant enhancements for customers including:
Together, these additions and improvements make the Dedrone solution the most reliable and accurate platform for drone detection and classification.
Automated summary reporting: DroneTracker is the industry’s first airspace security solution that includes automated summary reporting right out of the box.
Improved detection and reliability: Drone detection accuracy and reliability have been significantly improved for Dedrone RF Sensors and 3rd-party video cameras. New and upgraded algorithms deliver:
Enterprise-grade security and management: Enterprise customers require solutions that meet security standards, integrate with existing procedures, and enable multi-user management at scale. DroneTracker 3 provides the following:
Enhanced ease-of-use: Keeping the user in mind, the Dedrone team has put considerable effort into making the platform as intuitive and user-friendly as possible. In this release Dedrone has added:
Many organizations want to jump into standard operating procedures and mitigation, but you can’t do any of that until you first answer this critical question. Organizations need first to gain basic visibility into what is going on in their lower airspace.
Our software is fed with intelligence collected from passive sensors, including RF/WiFi scanners, cameras, and microphones. Together, this information is analyzed through our proprietary database of information, DroneDNA, which prompts DroneTracker 3 to make a diagnosis - is it a drone, and if so, what’s happening with it? Once a drone is detected, the software determines the communications protocol of the drone, its flight path and the location of the pilot. DroneTracker 3 alerts security personnel when a drone is detected over a mile away and can be integrated to deploy a passive security measure or defeat technology.
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