Identify UAS risks and take precautions
Real-time alert when a drone enters your airspace
Distinguish authorized from unauthorized UAS
Locate both drone and pilot
Respond and mitigate drone threats
Capture and record forensic evidence for legal action
Make strategic decisions and design SOPs based on real data
Extend your Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)
DedroneSensors (RF), radar and PTZ cameras can be combined to secure vulnerable airspace and effectively address their specific threat profile.
The DedroneSensors receive and analyze RF signals and are able to detect and locate drones and their pilots.
PTZ cameras have a Pan, Tilt, and Zoom function. Thanks to the powerful zoom, even small drones can be detected at great distances. Optical sensors enable visual verification of drone incursions. High-resolution video can provide security providers with visual evidence of a drone's payload, allowing them to react to the observable threat.
A radar system sends a pulse of electromagnetic radiation and measures the time it takes for that pulse to be reflected back. Radars are able to increase range of detection across multiple flying objects.
DedroneSensor (RF), PTZ Camera and Radar deployed at Stadium
DedroneTracker.AI Command and Control (C2) provides both drone and pilot location based on the autonomous multi-sensor and track fusion algorithms.
DedroneTracker.AI C2 enables officers to respond to threat according to SOPs.
After years of researching the counter-drone market, ConEdison has identified Dedrone as the market leader and our choice for complete airspace security.
Interested in learning how customers around the world are dealing with the drone threat?
Read our latest Whitepaper and use the key steps of the Airspace Security Standard Operating Procedures for your daily security business.