Militaries and government organizations across the world continue to invest in sUAS technology to gather intelligence, conduct strategic offensive measures, and protect sensitive assets. The same technology is accessible and being used by terrorist groups and individuals with maligned intensions. Because of this, government agencies and departments are turning to sUAS detection capabilities to not only track their sUAS drone traffic, but also identify unauthorized sUAS in and around their airspace.
Scalable for sites of all sizes; adapts to evolving threat profiles and unique conditions on-site
Seamless integration into third party common operational pictures
Sole manufacturer and developer of the DroneDefender C-sUAS device.
Works autonomously 24/7 and automatically triggers alerts and countermeasures
Analytics tools uncover patterns in sUAS activity in and around customer’s airspace
Dedicated on-premise deployment or cloud-based optionality
Largest number of deployments and paid base of any vendor
Patented productwith diverse and nimble capabilities
Highly experienced management team and world-class advisors / Tier 1 VCs
Note: This device 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 Dedrone Defense DroneDefender device. It has, though, been successfully tested and utilized in Federal government-conducted field applications.