droneclash

DroneClash changes date to February 13 2018, announces collaboration with Robo Business Media.

DroneClash, the first anti-drone competition is happy to announce a new partnership with Robo Business Media, the organizing company of RoboBusiness and TUS Expo,...

WhiteFox’s counter-drone technology tested this week at U.S. military base

WhiteFox Defense Technologies, Inc. demonstrated their flagship product, the DroneFox, to a range of U.S. military leaders during the Joint Interagency Field Experimentation (JIFX)...

VStar Systems Announces New Remote Operations Capability of MA-C SIGINT Sensor

VStar Systems, a privately held aerospace and defense systems company, has announced the addition of remote operations to its MA-C SIGINT Sensor, foregoing the...

Governor Cuomo Announces Gryphon Sensors Has Developed a One-of-a-Kind Drone Tracking System

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo last week announced that Gryphon Sensors, a SRC Inc. company based in Central New York, has developed a state-of-the-art mobile...

Two Steps Closer on our Mission to Eradicate Weaponized Drones

by Grant Jordan - CEO at SkySafe Today marks two significant milestones for SkySafe - we have secured funding to help propel our mission and...
cuas

Counter UAS (CUAS) brings new problems

As the drone industry is taking off, some individuals and groups have started using drones for malicious purposes around the globe. Many companies are...

Why We Need C-UAS: The C-UAS Coalition

Drones in America have evolved from simple bomb delivery vehicles to a broad spectrum of military and civilian aircraft, and the community has evolved...

Don’t Be Evil DJI

A few things to get out of the way first. I am not a lawyer and I am not a journalist, I just enjoy...

DroneShield Opens Orders for DroneSentry and DroneSentinel

DroneShield is pleased to announce that it has commenced taking orders for DroneSentry, and expects to commence production in the fourth calendar quarter of...
dji

A Global Information Gathering Network for UAS – DJI data collection

James Clapper said in a Guardian article : “In the future, intelligence services might use the for identification, surveillance, monitoring, location tracking, and targeting...