RAS Security Group introduces private sector firms to Counter Drone (C-UAS) technology

RAS Security Group joins leading counter drone tech vendor from Tel Aviv, Israel at one of California’s iconic stadiums to demonstrate next-gen drone detection and take down tech.
Hermosa Beach, Calif. (October 23, 2018) – RAS Security Group and several of their clients joined a leading counter-drone technology vendor at one of California’s most recognizable sports stadiums. The live demonstration successfully showed the newest counter-drone detection and mitigation technologies that can be rapidly deployed to large public venues, airports, and other critical infrastructure sites.
Ryan Schonfeld, Founder & CEO of RAS Security Group explains why he is introducing this specific drone technology to his clients, “We are committed to maintaining a forward-thinking approach to the evolving threat landscape and the solutions to help mitigate them. Recognizing drones as an emerging threat to our customers, the RAS team spent months vetting the many entrants in the CUAS field and presenting this option to our customers. For this stadium and other large public venue clients, the ability to detect and mitigate a threat is exactly the solution they need to implement”

Using a proprietary technology, a team of drone technical experts was able to intercept potential drone threats with a 100 % success rate. This technology sets itself apart from competitors by taking control away from offending pilots and either returning the drone to its launch point or landing them quickly and safely in a predesignated area. A team of drone pilots conducting offensive manoeuvres presented a variety of security scenarios including one in which an authorized drone remained unaffected while offending drones
were marshalled to a secure location. The final scenario was a recreation of an incident at a major US sporting event. The particular scenario involved an incoming swarm of four drones which were then electronically intercepted and redirected within seconds. In every case, offending drones were safely landed in a predesignated secure zone.

For more information on how drone detection and mitigation can support your business please contact RAS Security Group visit

www.rassecuritygroup.com
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Learn how they provide sporting venues, theme parks, airports, entertainment studios, hotels, casinos and technology startups with modern, technologically sound approaches to physical airspace security. To hear Ryan Schonfeld and Senior Aviation Analyst Jeff Parisse discuss the latest trends and observations in security and the counter drone industry, listen to the sUAS News PodCast (10/25/18) at

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/suasnews/2018/10/25/drone-security-evolution