Obtain deep insights and integrate multiple sensors with DedroneTracker software.
Recognise and classify drones in your airspace and access forensic data including drone make and model.
Receive automated alarming when a drone is detected and utilise automatic summary reports to analyse your airspace.
DedroneTracker integrates with Dedrone solutions, as well as third-party sensors including DJI AeroScope, PTZ cameras, and radar, and existing infrastructure for a comprehensive and layered drone defence strategy.
DedroneTracker can be hosted in the cloud or on-premise. It can be operated independently of Dedrone sensors, meaning it can be deployed in isolation alongside alternative technology, like DJI AeroScope.
The DedroneTracker software is endorsed by the UK’s Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure ecosystem. It is is also SAPIENT compliant. SAPIENT (Sensing for Asset Protection with Integrated Electronic Networked Technology) has been adopted by the MOD as the standard for counter-UAS technology. It is also being evaluated as a potential NATO standard for counter-drone systems.
Wide-ranging drone detection
DedroneTracker software uses the DedroneDNA database to recognise and classify RF, WiFi, and non-WiFi drones. It is continually updated to ensure it is always up-to-date to protect against the latest threats. Localization technology pinpoints the location of drones, plotting them on an integrated map, enabling users to find the source of drone-based threats.
Obtain forensic data, including details about drone manufacturer, model, and intrusion time, length of drone activity, and video verification. Summary reports are automatically produced and available on-demand to review your defence strategy, check for patterns, and conduct gap analysis.
Receive automated alarms as soon as a drone is detected. Alerts can be sent in numerous ways, via SMS, software user interface, email, network (TCP/IP), SNMP, or smartphone push notifications.
The Dedrone Cloud makes deployment simple, eliminating the need for on-premise servers. Dedrone Sensors automatically connect to the cloud, and frequent software updates ensure the airspace is protected against the latest drone threats. For environments requiring on-premise management, local management configurations are also available.
DedroneTracker integrates with third-party sensors, including DJI AeroScope, and existing security systems, via the API for a tailored, layered solution.
Use Dedrone as the foundational sensor, and then add PTZ cameras, radar or additional RF sensors (DJI AeroScope) to provide extra information and a more comprehensive drone defence strategy which helps to remove false positives and plug gaps.
A layered solution, driven by the DedroneTracker software, enables a scaling-on-demand approach and facilitates a tiered and progressive drone defence ecosystem.
Combine and process data from all sensors centrally in the cloud or an on-premise environment.