How DroneShield works

Drones, or unmanned aerial systems (UAS), have an impact on practically every area of life, from government institutions to sports events to protecting privacy in one’s own home.

UASs have an area of action and an agility that distinguishes them from other threats. Current drones use low-cost satellite navigation to reach their destination via preprogrammed routes. Because of their increasing popularity and unobtrusive design, detection is the first step in monitoring drones.

A professional sensor network with our patent-pending acoustic technology can detect drones that are invisible to the radar or that do not use radio links.

DroneShield supports your security forces in the detection of drones by means of real-time alarms and data recording to secure evidence. A professional sensor network with our patent-pending acoustic technology can detect drones that are invisible to the radar or that do not use radio links.

Listen: Our sensors recognize the specific sound of drones. The sensors monitor the ambient noise and record the sound snippet when a drone is detected.

Analysis: DroneShield compares the sound snippet with the signatures on our drone database. If a match is found, an alarm is triggered and the sound snippet is saved with the date and time.

ID: Our extensive database enables UAS to be distinguished from everyday noises. This allows us to detect drones with high reliability and with low false alarm rates.

Alerting: Immediate alarms are delivered through various channels, including SMS, email, or existing intrusion or video alarm systems. DroneShield can be easily integrated into existing security systems via open interfaces.

Our detection products include a browser-based user interface that enables live access to current activities.