AirSentinel collaborates with DroneResponders to provide Remote ID services to first responders

Remote identification (Remote ID) company AirSentinel has entered into a strategic collaboration with DroneResponders,  a unit of the US Airborne International Response Team, according to media reports. DroneResponders promotes the use of small, uncrewed aircraft systems (sUAS) within public safety and emergency response sectors.

AirSentinel is offering complimentary access to its public safety application for first response agencies across the nation. The access includes the company’s proprietary Android drone detection application and cloud-based services. The integration of
these services will provide first responders and public safety officials real-time access to remote identification data to enhance safety measures, ensure compliance, and provide shared situational awareness.

AirSentinel’s application uses crowdsourcing methods to gather remote identification of drones. That data is then distributed through the company’s cloud database to users wanting full awareness of UAV activity in their areas of operation.

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