Dedrone receives SAFETY Act designation from DHS

Dedrone has received the Support Anti-Terrorism by Fostering Effective Technologies Act of 2002 (SAFETY Act) designation status from the Department of Homeland Security Office of SAFETY Act Implementation. 

The company’s command-and-control (C2) platform, DedroneTracker.AI, and its DedroneSensor radio frequency (RF) sensors have been officially awarded as approved technology under the SAFETY Act. 

Dedrone was advised by Petrone Risk in the successful pursuit of this award with Senior Managing Director Kathleen Lupia leading the effort.

The designation is the first for a counter-drone company. The SAFETY Act was designed to encourage the development and use of anti-terrorism products and services. A technology must have demonstrated effectiveness during operational testing or through prior use. Designation provides a liability cap as well as exclusive action in federal court, no joint and several liability for non-economic damages, and no punitive damages or prejudgment interest. The full designation is in effect for Dedrone until April 30, 2029. Dedrone’s awarded technology deployed during its period of designation is protected for the lifetime of its deployment.  

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