DroneShield is pleased to announce that it has commenced taking orders for DroneSentry, and expects to commence production in the fourth calendar quarter of 2017.
DroneSentry provides its users with a multi-method drone detection capability and includes and integrates radar, radio frequency, acoustic, thermal and optical (with a range extender) sensor detection, i.e. all the key technologically viable detection methods that currently exist. For interception, DroneSentry integrates these layered detection methods with a radio-frequency jamming system. This integrated detect-and-defeat functionality can be deployed either via a “man in the loop” function or in the automatic mode.
DroneSentry will be available only to those customers who are legally able to deploy jamming in their relevant jurisdiction.
DroneSentinel is aimed at those customers who are unable to deploy jamming because of regulatory restrictions. It contains DroneSentry’s multi-sensor detection functionality, without the jamming capability.
Both DroneSentry and DroneSentinel are highly modular and, depending on the customer’s requirements can include or exclude any of the radar (RadarOne), radio frequency (RfOne), thermal camera (DroneHeat), optical camera (DroneOpt), acoustic (FarAlert and WideAlert), and optical range extender (DroneBeam) modules. The Company will continue to offer these detection modules as stand-alone products where required by users, however, given the requirements expressed by users, going forward, DroneShield will focus its sales on the integrated systems (DroneSentry and DroneSentinel). In addition, DroneShield remains focused on DroneGun, the stand-alone portable rifle-style jammer that is currently undergoing multiple trials and governmental procurement processes globally. Both DroneSentry and DroneSentinel can be deployed as fixed site and portable solutions.
The product brochure containing further details on the products is available here.