DroneShield New Device Detects and Jams Rogue Drones

A rising star within the drone-mitigation recreation is launching a brand new product that gives a one-two punch in terms of deterring and defeating rogue drones.

On Monday, American-Australian startup DroneShield introduced manufacturing of DroneSentry, a “multi-method drone detection [system] that integrates radar, radio frequency, acoustic, thermal and optical (with a range extender) sensor detection.”

In addition to detecting unauthorized drones that would wreak havoc on airports or army installations, DroneSentry makes use of radio-frequency jamming know-how to knock errant UAVs from the skies; nevertheless, the system is just for sale in areas that permit deployment of jamming units. “This integrated detect-and-defeat functionality can be deployed either via a ‘man in the loop’ function or in the automatic mode,” a DroneShield spokesperson said in a press launch.

The multi-sensor array may be mounted on an aerial pole construction to supply an “anti-drone” zone round a particular perimeter. For purchasers working in areas that outlaw jamming, the corporate gives DroneSentinel – basically the identical product as DroneSentry, minus the jamming tech.

Both units are modular and customers can mix sensors resembling radar, Rf-frequency detection, thermal cameras, optical cameras and acoustic detectors to customise particular varieties of arrays.

In February, DroneShield closed a deal to offer its DroneGun tactical drone jammer to an undisclosed Middle Eastern nation the corporate says is “closely allied with the Western countries.” Earlier that month, Swiss police deployed the DroneGun on the World Economic Forum in Davos to neutralize probably rogue drones. The “gun” is a signal-killing system that may drop errant drones and block video alerts from their cameras.

A latest examine predicts the drone mitigation (or anti-drone) market will to develop to a billion-dollar trade inside six years with predicted compound annual development charge of 23.89 p.c throughout 2017-22.

In May, California-based WhiteFox Defense Technologies efficiently examined a brand new anti-drone system on the Xponential Trade Show in Dallas.  The DroneFox, detects, identifies, and mitigates drones throughout a number of miles.

Draganfly Innovations, a drone-manufacturing subsidiary of TRACE Live Network, has joined forces with Oregon-based anti-drone maker Radio Hill Technologies to smack down bad-boy UAVs. Using Radio Hill’s Block three Dronebuster hand-held counter-drone detection and jamming system, a consumer can ship a bad-boy drone packing whereas additionally initiating the launch of a Draganflyer drone to pursue the miscreant again to house base to seize video and photograph imagery in addition to GPS knowledge that can be utilized later for attainable prosecution.


Jason is a longstanding contributor to DroneLife with an avid curiosity in all issues tech. He focuses on anti-drone applied sciences and the general public security sector; police, fireplace, and search and rescue.

Beginning his profession as a journalist in 1996, Jason has since written and edited hundreds of partaking information articles, weblog posts, press releases and on-line content material. He has received a number of media awards through the years and has since expanded his experience into the organizational and instructional communications sphere.

In addition to his proficiency within the subject of modifying and writing, Jason has additionally taught communications on the college degree and continues to guide seminars and coaching classes within the areas of media relations, modifying/writing and social media engagement.

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