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The exponential growth of drones in our societies leads to multiple incidents and new forms of threats. This ranges from privacy violation, smuggling drugs into prisons, provoking police at events to ignorant consumers endangering flight safety by filming above active runways. Even more serious, companies and governments have great concerns about terrorists using drones against people and critical infrastructure. Robin Radar Systems develops radar systems specifically designed to detect, track and classify drones.
Ars Technica's Cyrus Farivar gets demo of Dedrone's DroneTracker, a drone detection and alert system for cities, arenas, parks and other areas sensitive to drone activity. Read the article: http://arstechnica.com/business/2016/07/this-x-shaped-sensor-will-alert-you-to-incoming-drones-so-you-can-freak-out/ Connect with Ars Technica Magazine Online: Visit ArsTechnica.com: http://arstechnica.com Follow Ars Technica on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arstechnica Follow Ars Technica on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+ArsTechnica/videos Follow Ars Technica on Twitter: https://twitter.com/arstechnica DroneTracker: Dedrone's drone detection and alert system | Ars Technica Camera Operator: Christopher Schodt Editor: Jennifer Hahn
Please watch: "'He said I had big legs and tried to suck my earlobe!' Ferne McCann talks about the disasters she ha" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uFo0AWZ83c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- U.S. government reveals plans for aerial drone detection systems to hunt down suspicious unmanned craft in cities Darpa set to create system that tracks low-flying drones in large cities The platform would use drones and sensors to trail the suspicious vehicles One node would cover 7 square miles and cost less than $10,000 Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3791776/U-S-government-reveals-plans-aerial-drone-detection-systems-hunt-suspicious-unmanned-craft-cities.html#ixzz4KbQsvFya Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
Drones are great - but also dangerous. They are used for espionage, smuggling and even terrorist attacks. Our solution: DroneTracker, an automated anti-drone system. DroneTracker consists of a unique multi-sensor platform and a self-leraning, intelligent software. Different visual, acoustic and frequency sensors as well as radar systems can be integrated. Once a drone has been detected, DroenTracker sends an alert to the security officers. Appropriate countermeasures such as jammers can be triggered automatically. DroneTracker is used to protect vulnerable organizations such as the baseball stadium Citi Field in New York, Suffolk County Prison, the residence of the Royal Family of Qatar during the Olympics 2016 in Rio - and it was even installed to protect the 2016 Presidential Debates in ...
A2000 Radar detects a DJI quadcopter at 863 meters compared to 167 meters using a HD camera directed at the path of the drone. The A2000 was recently awarded the ASIS Accolades 2016 Security's Best Award for providing a radar that covers the space of 75 football fields with radar protection.
Anglian Water are trying out a brand new way to find hidden leaks in their network across the east. They are using flying drones with heat sensitive cameras on-board to look for hot spots where leaks may be hiding under the ground. The project has been a huge success so far, saving time and money in getting them fixed.
A proof of concept of a drone based active EMI sensor (metal detector).
This is a drone detection and SA application built with Lucy and LuciadLightspeed. The system in real-time shows the location of intruding RPAS as sensed by Telespazio VEGA's DIDIT drone detection sensors. The user can define airspaces and early warning domes and get alerts when drones are detected to intrude these volumes. The real-time 3D visualization in combination with other data sources such as 3D buildings, aerial imagery, and street vector data gives increased situational awareness. Detecting intruding drones has applications in many domains including industrial production, security, aviation,...
Aerial fire detection. NASA research in unmanned aerial systems – commonly referred to as drones -- could help detect and prevent multi-million dollar forest fires. Langley Research Center signed an agreement with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to test small flying drones equipped with cameras and transmitters as a way to check for fires at the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge on the Virginia-North Carolina border. The research is part of the NASA Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate's UAS Integration in the National Airspace System project. Courtesy NASA. More aviation videos at http://www.youtube.com/user/okrajoe
Drones are part of our future! Let drone fly, but we need to address the huge security threat if a drone is in the wrong hands.
This video shows the Aaronia Drone Detector Solution "AARTOS", a fully automatic and integrateable UAV / Drone Detection System based on 360° real-time RF measurement and sector jamming. See http://www.aaronia.com/products/solutions/Aaronia-Drone-Detection-System/ for more details..