New RF-360 sensor offers enhanced situational awareness of airspace activity for security providers protecting critical infrastructure against drone threats
Dedrone, the market leader in airspace security, today announced the launch of a new radio sensor for drone detection. In connection with Dedrone’s DroneTracker software, the RF-360 detects, classifies and localizes unwanted or malicious drones and their remote controls on the basis of their radio signals at great distances and in areas with high radio traffic, for example in cities or at airports. The successor to the RF-300 automatically connects to the Internet and is quick and easy to install.
“Dedrone continues to innovate and meet the airspace security needs at the world’s most critical operations, including utilities, correctional facilities, government and defense operations,” shares AD Devarakonda, CEO of Dedrone. “The RF-360provides our customers the data they need to protect their operations against unwanted drones. “ In the past year, the COVID-19 shutdowns accelerated use-cases for drones, and with more drones in the skies, come more exposed vulnerabilities. With this new sensor, Dedrone customers will continue to maintain complete airspace domain and manage their drone risk."
Additional data and specifications on the new sensor can be found here.
Dedrone is the market leader in airspace security. Dedrone's counter-drone system is trusted by critical infrastructure, government operations, military assets, correctional facilities, and enterprises to protect against unwanted small drones. With flexibility to host in the cloud, or on premise, Dedrone's SaaS technology combines machine-learning software with best-in-class sensors and effectors, to provide early warning, classification, and mitigation against all drone threats. Dedrone systems are deployed by hundreds of customers globally. Established in 2014, Dedrone is headquartered in San Francisco, with operations in the Washington, D.C.-area, Columbus, Ohio, London and Germany. For more information about Dedrone and to reach our counter-drone subject matter experts, visit dedrone.com and follow @Dedrone on Twitter and LinkedIn.