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Mitigation

Learn how to protect the airspace in case of a drone threat

Passive and Active Countermeasures

Passive and active countermeasures can be integrated into the Dedrone solution, depending on needs and capabilities. Together with detection from sensors, they secure the airspace security around your facility.

Protect Your Facility

Passive countermeasures protect your facility by leading people to safety, blocking sensitive areas from view, locking (cell) doors and gates, shutting down parts of the IT infrastructure, and searching for dropped objects.

Advantages

  • Highly effective
  • Does not need approval or authorization
  • Granular control
  • Drone does not crash and cause damage

DISAdvantages

  • Does not directly stop drone flight

Counter-Drone

A counter-drone system employs a separate drone to catch or disrupt the targeted drone.

Advantages

  • Drone is stopped
  • Both drones may land safely

DISAdvantages

  • Very competent pilot needed at all times
  • Counter-drone must be extremely powerful
  • Crash risk
  • Expensive

Jammer and Spoofer

Jams or spoofs radio connection or GPS, causing the drone to return to its starting position, sheer away, land, or crash.

Advantages

  • Drone is stopped
  • Locating the pilot may be possible

DISAdvantages

  • Highly regulated, may require legal approval
  • Drone may crash in unintended area

Fire Arms, Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP), Laser

Drone is electronically and/or physically destroyed and crashes.

Advantages

  • Drone is stopped

DISAdvantages

  • Highly regulated, may require legal approval
  • Drone may crash in unintended area
  • Short range

Anti-Drone Nets

A net is shot over the drone from the ground or via another, chasing drone.

Advantages

  • Drone is stopped

DISAdvantages

  • Low success rate
  • May cause unintended damage
  • Short range
  • Expensive

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