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Modern security requires a layered approach that keeps up with the evolution of drone technology. Sensors connect to our DedroneTracker software, which detects, classifies, and protects against drone threats, including localizing the drone. Passive and active countermeasures can be triggered, tailoring the defense mechanism to the severity of the threat.
Our RF Sensor is the cornerstone of airspace security, and detects commercial, consumer, and homebrew drones.
DroneTracker software connects sensors, performs machine-learning analysis, and is the central nervous system for the complete solution.
Additional sensors and countermeasures, such as video or jammers, add extra layers of security and integrate directly into DroneTracker software.
Our DedroneSensors are the cornerstone of airspace security, and detect commercial, consumer, and homebrew drones.
DedroneTracker software connects sensors, performs machine-learning analysis, and is the central nervous system for the complete solution.
Additional sensors and countermeasures, such as video or jammers, add extra layers of security and integrate directly into DedroneTracker software.
DedroneSensors are purpose-built for airspace security and collect hard data on drone activity in the airspace. They detect all kinds of drones and have a coverage range over 3 miles in ideal conditions.Learn More ->
Cutting edge video algorithms for detecting and locating the position of drones are key parts of airspace security. Using feeds from high-resolution video cameras, DedroneTracker software distinguishes between drones and other moving objects, and plots the position and flight path of a drone on map.Learn More ->
Using direction-finding DedroneSensors, Dedrone’s solution detects and localizes drone swarms, protecting organizations from the most advanced drone threats. Drone swarms are tracked and mapped in real-time, allowing accurate, real-time response from security teams.Watch Video
The DedroneCloud makes deployment simple, eliminating the need for on-premise servers. DedroneSensors automatically connect to the cloud, and frequent software updates ensure the airspace is protected against the latest drone threats. For environments requiring on-premise management, local management configurations are also available.Download PDF ->
The Dedrone solution alerts and reports on drone intrusions, capturing data including alert heat maps and activity stats by drone type, time, and length of drone activity. Using integrated, advanced analytics, security managers can quickly discover suspicious drone activity in their airspace.
Automatically scheduled reports proactively provide stakeholders with a framework to compare data and assess their airspace activity patterns.
Multiple layers of security can added by integrating sensors such as radar, infrared, or acoustic devices. When layered on top of the DedroneSensors, these additional sensors add extra layers of information, extending detection range or adding capabilities to the system.Learn More ->
Passive and active countermeasures can be integrated into the Dedrone solution, depending on needs, capabilities and legal circumstances. Together with detection from sensors, they secure the lower airspace around your facility. Mitigation Technology, like DroneDefender, enable timely decision making and effective responses for the protection of military forces, critical assets, borders, and civilians.Learn More ->
The only hardware that Dedrone sells are the DedroneSensors RF-100, RF-160, RF-300 and RF-360. Our software works with many third-party drone detection and countermeasure products. Any third-party hardware for drone detection or countermeasures may require legal authorization before purchase or use.
The DroneDefender® has not been authorized as required by the rules of the Federal Communications Commission before it can be marketed to non-Federal users. This device is not, and may not be, offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased in the United States, other than to the United States government and its agencies, until authorization is obtained. Under current law, the DroneDefender® device may be used in the United States only by authorized employees of the Federal government and its agencies, and use by others may be illegal. Due to Federal regulations, this video is a simulation of the DroneDefender device. It has, though, been successfully tested and utilized in Federal government-conducted field applications.