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D-Fend Updates EnforceAir New Features

Counter drone solutions continue to evolve: D-Fend updates EnforceAir to add new features, and new services. by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby Today, D-Fend Solutions, the award-winning leader in radio frequency (RF), cyber-based, counter-drone takeover technology, revealed a new version of its flagship software product, EnforceAir, as part of …

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Counter Drone Solutions: Citadel Adds to the Lineup

Citadel Defense Improves Counter Drone Solutions – more choices, more capabilities. by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby Trusted security specialist Citadel Defense has added to their intelligence and counter-unmanned aircraft systems lineup with a set of new solutions under the Titan imprint. The Titan line of CUAS solutions combines …

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Air Domain Awareness Program for Border Protection

The Air Domain Awareness Program is a federally funded project testing new technology to stop the illicit use of drones and small aircraft – in any environment., By DRONELIFE Staff Writer Jim Magill As the technology for unmanned aerial vehicle and systems grows apace, bringing with it the promise of …

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Drones Over Nuclear Power Plants No Threat

Commercial drones can be used unlawfully.  Terrorist incidents over oil and gas infrastructure have led to concerns that commercial drones pose a threat to any protected site.  The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, however, has published a memo saying that commercial drones do not pose a threat to nuclear power plants. …

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Fortem’s DroneHunter Warning Mode – DRONELIFE

 The flashing lights and sirens of emergency vehicles provide an easily recognizable symbol – and applied to counter drone technology, they let operators know immediately that they’re flying in restricted airspace. Counter-drone technology firm Fortem Technologies has announced today “the application of “escalation of force” protocols, including a new “Warning Mode” feature …

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Apparent Drone Sighting Halts Departures at London Heathrow

A matter of days after London Gatwick was shut for 36 hours following reports of drones flying above the airport, reported drone sightings have halted departures at Heathrow, London’s busiest airport. The situation does not appear to be as serious as that which unfolded at Gatwick in late December. We …

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