Counter drone company DroneShield has released the latest v8.1.0 version of its DroneSentry-C2 command and control system to its enrolled users globally.
According to the company press release, both secure cloud-hosted and on-premises editions of the DroneSentry-C2 software receive regular software updates, which include upgrades to DroneShield’s edge computing server (SmartHub), computer vision AI engine (DroneOptID) and sensor fusion (ComputeNode) components of the system.
This update of DroneSentry-C2 includes security improvements including patches for security vulnerabilities, bug fixes and performance improvements. Major upgrades include:
- Improved drone model classification
- Enhanced optical target tracker
- Enhanced management of false positives
- Addition of RfPatrol handheld sensors for a site plan
- Enhanced Planning Tool to enable streamlined site proposal generation
Oleg Vornik, DroneShield’s Chief Executive Officer, commented, “This major software update, incorporates a substantial amount of end-user feedback. DroneShield is unique in developing its own proprietary sensors and integrated systems, which enable seamless user experience. As drones continue to present an urgent and growing threat to a range of our customers including military, law enforcement and critical infrastructure users, the Command-and-Control (C2) system provides a smart AI-enabled interface for them to operate our systems.”
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