Kaspersky has won a Graham Bell Award in the “Innovation in Cyber Security” category for its counter-UAS system, organised by India’s Aegis School of Data Science, reports the country’s IT Voice.
“The Aegis Graham Bell Awards is one of the largest innovation awards in India,” says the news source. “Kaspersky’s Antidrone Solution stood out from the competition and was nominated for its cutting-edge technology that addresses the growing threats and risks of civilian drones in the cybersecurity landscape.”
The Kaspersky Antidrone hardware and software system allows for the continuous detection of airborne objects and the identification of UAVs for subsequent counteraction. “Drone flight range, altitude, speed and model are identified with an average classification accuracy of 97%,” says the company.
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Kaspersky’s Antidrone Solution wins Aegis Graham Bell Awards for ‘Innovation in Cyber Security’