Protection of AirSpace from Drones – A Solution Provided by DEDRONE
Drone technologies are changing rapidly day by day – Dedrone recently launched a spin-off arm named Dedrone security, whose aim is to provide the US security agencies specially federal agencies such as the Defense Department with an anti-drone operation.
Here the most important aspect to note is Dedrone is mainly known for its comprehensive technology solution “for counter-drone which collects and aggregates data from drone activity through sensors and automatically analyses the information in order to monitor a potential threat to the source of drones.
Moreveor, the company is rapidly expanding its technology today with the introduction of Dedrone Defence’s new business unit, located right outside Washington, DC.
The aim of the new Dedrone Defense Force, according to a Dedrone Declaration, is to “develop tools, solutions and resources for US federal agencies, including the Defense Department, to provide a tested, end-to-end solution to detect and identify airspace operations, protect assets against drone threats, and defeat adversary drones.”
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The organization already has a current contract with deployment at F.E with DIU (Defense Innovation Unit). Air Force Base Warren. A Dedrone spokesman added that, as part of the purchase, a certain number of active contracts were concluded but could not otherwise be specified.
Dedrone has a number of products. DroneTracker’s software is capable of recognizing and classifying radio frequency (RF), WLAN and Non-WiFI SUAS data, transmitting data to command and control centres. DroneDefender’s other device uses radio control disturbance frequency and is a light-weight dot-and-drive network of 400 metres.