Excelerate Technology, which provides hybrid connectivity and systems integration to the public sector, and Digital Global Services (DGS), developer of a next-generation software platform for wireless deployment, have joined forces to market the latter company’s CLEARSKY Drone Threat Management (DTM) system to government, civil defence and emergency management agencies.
The vehicle-mounted or fixed installation CLEARSKY system enables operators to detect drones in a spectrum from 70MHz to 6GHz, without relying on a drone signature library. It provides anomalous signal detection and multiple geolocation techniques for any signal of interest in that range, including unintentional interference, intentional signal disruption (jamming) and encroachment of communications in protected areas as well as drones. It combines machine learning with real-time analysis of signal characteristics, enabling rapid detection of drones and other anomalous activities, and is frequency agnostic, allowing for detection outside of traditional operational frequency bands.
Excelerate’s solutions provide communication and enhanced situational awareness, even in the absence of terrestrial networks.. DTM complements Excelerate’s offering, detecting, classifying and locating drones within the swept spectrum in as little as two seconds and using patented geolocation techniques for more effective results.
The partners will showcase their combined expertise at the Emergency Services Show in Birmingham, 19-20 September.
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