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Airspace Security Specialist
Following the Gatwick Airport shutdown in 2018, Newcastle Airport understood that unauthorised drones were an eventuality that we needed to plan for. With Dedrone, Newcastle Airport can be alerted of any impending drone incursions, protect passengers and operations from drone-based disruptions, and continue to be the number one international gateway of choice for travellers to and from North East England.
We regularly see news about unauthorized drones at airports, disrupting operations. The challenge of drones at airports is complex, unique and continuously evolving as more drones come to market and regulations advance. Dedrone anti-drone solutions enable airport security teams to detect and locate unauthorized drones and their pilots to prevent delays or shutdowns.
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Define your airspace: Set up a customizable, pre-determined perimeter around the airport.
DedroneTracker drone detection software detects, identifies, and locates unauthorized drones and their pilots. Dedrone gives early warning of drone-based threats, often before the drone takes off.
Based on Friend/Foe rules, DedroneTracker automatically sends alerts to security teams when an unauthorized drone is detected.
By incorporating DedroneSensors and other sensors, such as a camera or radar, users can track the flight path of the drone and determine the location of the pilot.
Dedrone not only locates the position of the drone, but also the pilot, enabling security teams to quickly mitigate the threat.
Predictive analytics enable security teams to evaluate current security measures for potential gaps like popular take-off and landing locations and update SOPs accordingly. Dedrone data also provides evidence to share with law enforcement.
Detect, identify, track and analyze drone activity and their pilots with DedroneTracker, a web-based anti-drone solution that makes it easy to mitigate drone threats.