Drone Defense Solutions
Gap Wireless vendor partner Dedrone provides “software for the sky”, an aerospace drone defense security platform that detects, classifies, and mitigates all drone threats. Dedrone’s DroneTracker aggregates sensor information about potential threats, recognizing and classifying drones of all kinds. DroneTracker’s web-based interface shows live threats and real-time drone flight paths, and records forensic details including video evidence.
DroneTracker drone defense, provides early warning of illegal civilian UAVs and is used to protect industrial plants, government buildings and other critical infrastructure installations against smugglers, spies, and terrorist attacks.
Dedrone DroneTracker Features:
Drone Defense for the Sky
DroneTracker aggregates sensor information about potential threats, recognizing and classifying drones of all kinds. Its web-based interface shows live threats, real-time drone flight paths, and records forensic details including video evidence.
Dedrone’s RF Sensors form the foundation that enables robust security to protect against drones. Dedrone drone defense alerts to potential threats even before they take off the ground, and measurement-grade RF technology pinpoints the locations of drone and pilot.
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DeDrone RF Sensors for Drone Defense
Dedrone RF Sensors are the cornerstone of a complete drone defense system
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. Modern security requires a layered approach that keeps up with the evolution of drone defense 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.
The RF-100 and RF-300 detect and classify drones via multiple, integrated software-defined radios (SDRs). Detection range can reach up to 1 mile, depending on installation and environment characteristics.
Understanding how many drones intrude into the airspace
Early detection of drones, even before they take off
Classification of drone characteristics and incident logging
Long-range detection and early-warning drone defense
Detects and classifies commercial and hobbyist drones
Built-in reporting identifies critical drone threats
RF-based localization finds drones and pilots
Automatically tracks and plots flight and pilot position on map
Supplements RF-100 and video-based drone defense
Dedrone Sensor Extensions for Drone Defense
Video cameras add situational awareness and forensic evidence to your airspace security and drone defense 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.
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
This drone defense 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.
Long-range detection requirements
Sites approved for active-emission sensing systems
Augmenting RF and video sensor systems
RF and GPS Jammer
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 and compliment your drone defense systems.
Mission-critical airspace security
Non-destructive neutralization of threat
Custom frequency and system jamming requirements