Drone Shield has entered into a new Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate. The research involves DroneShield’s multi-sensor Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) detection and mitigation capabilities, with the primary focus on DroneSentry and DroneSentry-C2 solutions for fixed and semi-fixed site applications.
DroneSentry is a modular system that integrates multiple sensors – radiofrequency (RF), radar, EO/IR camera, and acoustic for layered detection, classification, identification, and tracking of UAS. DroneSentry features Artificial Intelligence (AI) based RF detection, long-range sensing, and multi-sensor data fusion capabilities.
DroneSentry-C2 provides an interoperable common operating picture for the counter-UAS mission. DroneSentry-C2’s pairing of advanced sensor fusion with an intuitive enterprise level visual platform, enables users to deploy a complete detection and threat assessment capability of unmanned systems for critical infrastructure and base protection needs.
DroneSentry recently supported the US Army Defense in Depth Exercise (DiDEX) with DroneShield’s dismounted and mounted C-sUAS solutions.
Oleg Vornik, DroneShield’s CEO, commented, “We are excited to work closely with DHS S&T under this cooperative agreement to support end users throughout their agency and sub-agency partners”
(Image: DroneSentry system deployed in the US)
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