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Hardware and software purpose-built for airspace security

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Complete Airspace Security Solution

Modern security requires a layered approach that keeps up with the evolution of drone technology. Sensors connect to our DroneTracker software, which detects, classifies, and protects against drone threats, including localizing the drone and its pilot. Passive and active countermeasures can be triggered, tailoring the defense mechanism to the severity of the threat.

 

 

How it Works

 

Rf sensors

Our RF Sensors are the cornerstone of airspace security, and detect commercial, consumer, and homebrew drones.

 

software

DroneTracker software connects sensors, performs machine-learning analysis, and is the central nervous system for the complete solution.

 

sensors & mitigation

Additional sensors and countermeasures, such as video or jammers, add extra layers of security and integrate directly into DroneTracker software.

 
 
 

Your Airspace, Secured

Discover the software platform that detects and protects against drone-based threats.

         
 
 

Software Enabled Security

Drone technology advances rapidly, and only a software-centric solution can keep up. Dedrone’s DroneTracker software, hosted in the cloud or on-premise, uses our DroneDNA database to recognize and classify RF, WiFi, and non-WiFi drones. DroneTracker also integrates with 3rd-party sensors, and triggers alerts and countermeasures.

 
         
       
 

DroneDNA

DroneDNA is a machine learning system and classification engine that recognizes drones of all kinds. Trained on millions of images and data points, it can distinguish between different drone models, and detect the difference between drones and other moving objects such as birds, planes, or other objects. DroneDNA signatures are continually updated via the cloud, enabling the Dedrone system to be always up-to-date to protect against the latest threats.

 
       
         
   

Reporting and  Forensic Evidence

Dedrone sensors and integrated external video cameras record forensic evidence of drone intrusions. A combination of forensic data is automatically captured by the DroneTracker software, including drone manufacturer, model, time and length of drone activity, and video verification. Summary reports are automatically produced and available on-demand for easy analysis of the most critical airspace security data.

 
         
         
 

Advanced Video Analytics

Dedrone’s advanced, machine-learning algorithms are built-in to DroneTracker software, enabling the system to reliably detect the difference between drones and other moving objects in the airspace.

Based on an image recognition and classification library, the underlying analytics are trained on millions of data points and are continually updated via the cloud. DroneTracker accepts video from off-the-shelf surveillance cameras, turning them into full-time airspace monitoring sensors.

   
         

Features

Technology for Advanced Airspace Security

                 
 

Detection of the Latest Drone Threats

 

Localize drones & their pilots

 

Multi-Sensor
Analysis

 

Scalable  &
Customizable

 
  DroneTracker is built on Dedrone’s leading DroneDNA database. Automatically updated and continuously trained through machine learning on drone signatures, it enables DroneTracker to detect the latest threats 24/7.   Using advanced video analysis or RF signal processing, localization technology pinpoints the locations of drones and their pilots, plotting them on an integrated map, enabling users to find the source of drone-based threats.   The RF Sensor is the foundation of the detection solution, providing early warning of malicious activities. Additional video sensors aid detection, show real-time views, and archive video evidence. More external sensors can be integrated via the API.   By combining several sensors, large spaces and sites in urban areas with complex layouts can be monitored and secured effectively. Data from all sensors are combined and processed centrally.  
                 
                 
 

Extensibility with Sensors & Countermeasures

 

Automated 
Alarms

 

Forensic 
Evidence

 

Automated
Reporting

 
  DroneTracker integrates with your existing security system. Surveillance cameras or 3rd-party counter-measures such as automatic blinds, fog bombs, or jammers are easily connected via the API.   Alarms are triggered as soon as the approach of a drone is detected. Alerts can be sent through SMS, the software user interface, e-mail, network (TCP/IP), SNMP, or smartphone push notification.   All detected events are recorded and stored locally, including collection of drone type, and model. If installed, video cameras accurately classify whether detected objects are drones and record video evidence — including the flight path of drone.   Automated summary reporting delivers the most critical information up-front. Find how many drones are intruding into your airspace, and details such as drone model, intrusion time, and frequency of recurrence.  
                 
         
   

Platform for Airspace Monitoring

Modern security requires a layered approach. Dedrone hardware and software technology is augmented through 3rd-party sensors and countermeasures, allowing customers to adapt the solution to their exacting specifications.

Multiple sensors can be connected to the DroneTracker software, allowing for detection of even the most obscure drones. Both passive and active countermeasures can be triggered via the API, tailoring the defense mechanism to the severity of the threat.

 
         
         
       

RF Sensors

The cornerstone of complete airspace security

 
         
         
   

Nowhere to Hide, Nowhere to Fly

Dedrone RF Sensors detect drones and remote controls by their radio frequency (RF) signatures. Commercial, hobbyist, and homebrew drones are detected, including the entire DJI product line​.

     
         
         
 

RF-100

overview

The RF-100 detects and classifies drones via multiple, integrated software-defined radios (SDRs). Detection range can reach up to 1 mile, depending on installation and environment characteristics.

Best For

  • Understanding how many drones intrude into the airspace

  • Early detection of drones, even before they take off

  • Classification of drone characteristics and incident logging

 
 
         
         
         
       

RF-300

overview

The RF-300 detects and classifies drones via multiple, integrated software-defined radios (SDRs). Detection range can reach up to 1 mile, depending on installation and environment characteristics.

Best For

  • Understanding how many drones intrude into the airspace

  • Early detection of drones, even before they take off

  • Classification of drone characteristics and incident logging

 
         
     

Sensor & Countermeasure Extensions

Extensions designed for maximum security and flexibility

 
         
         
 

Video Camera

overview

Video cameras add situational awareness and forensic evidence to your airspace security systems. An ideal addition to the Dedrone RF Sensor, they also enable DroneTracker software to plot and record the drone’s flight path on a map.

Dedrone’s platform integrates with any ONVIF Profile S IP-based video camera with HD or higher resolution.

Best For

  • Tracking of drone across a wide scene (with PTZ cameras)

  • Recording forensic evidence of drone intrusion

  • Image classification and recognition of drones for positive ID of threat

 
 
         
         
         
       

Drone Detection Radar

overview

Radar is specifically designed to meet the challenges of low-visibility and environments with significant obstacles. It can detect larger fixed wing targets at over 2 km, and smaller multi-rotor drones at over 750m. Radar sensors integrate directly into DroneTracker software, delivering a single pane-of-glass view of sensor data.

Best For

  • Long-range detection requirements

  • Sites approved for active-emission sensing systems

  • Augmenting RF and video sensor systems

 
         
 

RF and GPS Jammer

overview

The jammer system affects drones using GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, WLAN 2.4 GHz, and from 5000-6000 MHz. It can be custom-programmed to address specific threat scenarios.

Best For

  • Mission-critical airspace security

  • Non-destructive neutralization of threat

  • Custom frequency and system jamming requirements

 
 
         
         
     

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.

   
 

 

     
 

Passive

 

Active

 
 

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
 





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