Conventional security measures are designed to protect a given area from all unauthorized entry by persons or vehicles. Years of experience have perfected their effectiveness against classic threats.
The sudden and growing threat of drones, which have become inexpensive and easily accessible and easy to use, suddenly expose these same areas to a new type of threat for which the security settings of such areas have not been prepared so far. To ensure the highest standards of safety for floor areas and structures, security must become three-dimensional.
Threat by drones
January 1, 2013, when the DJI Phantom drone was released on the market, is widely regarded as the date when we entered the era of publicly available drones. Simpler and cheaper than traditional RF aircraft and helicopter models, requiring minimal space for flying and maintenance, drones have become a new hit.
But we’re just getting started, drone sales are expected to grow to 10 million annuals worldwide in the coming years, and by 2025, it’s expected to be 50 million annual drone sales. With this increase, it is clear that a multiplicity of drone-related incidents, especially security and privacy-related incidents, are expected.
Drones are far from just a flying toy and provide a potent platform capable of carrying loads such as a high-resolution camera, explosive devices, countermeasures, small computers and routers.
We can already identify 4 malicious uses of drones:
- Spying (optical and cyber)
- Direct attack
- Risk of a plane crash
We can provide you with a scalable mobile or fixed system for early detection of drones, visualization, alarming and ultimately neutralization of drones. We offer a high-quality EU product that can detect a drone up to 5 km away (distance depends on terrain topology and other factors).
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