How DroneShield Works
DroneShield offers a complete system of products and services to aid your security team in the defense of threats made possible by drone technology.
01 | Detection
DroneShield offers an enterprise-grade sensor fusion software engine with proprietary multi-sensor detection technologies that work together to detection drones. An example of these ‘best in class’ networked sensors is RadarZero which is custom built to detect small drones in three dimensions.
DroneShield offers stand-alone detection solutions such as the RfPatrol, body worn RF detection device.
02 | Analysis & Identification
DroneShield utilises a multi-sensor approach to analyse and identify incoming drone threats.
The radar sensor tracks a moving object, separating it from the background clutter such as trees or birds.
The radio frequency sensor provides a direction of bearing to the target, matching a set of RF signatures, which are regularly updated.
Camera and thermal sensors allow for a visual confirmation to the user, with an ability for high definition zoom during day or night.
This multi-sensor analysis allows us to detect drones with high accuracy, delivering low false-alarm rates.
(DroneShield ComputeNode mobile onsite server solution pictured below)
03 | Monitoring & Alerting
Instant alerts are delivered independently through a variety of methods, including On-Screen Monitor, SMS, email, or existing video or incident management systems (API). DroneShield easily integrates into your established security system.
Our detection system, ‘DroneShield Complete’ is a browser-based visual interface, giving you live visibility of surrounding drone activity.
04 | Response
DroneShield also offers safe and highly effective countermeasures once a drone threat has been identified. DroneShield countermeasures allow for the controlled management of drone payload such as explosives, with no damage to common drone models or the surrounding environment. Countermeasures have been developed for long range coverage in a wide range of environmental conditions.
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