If critical infrastrucutres or end-users do not implement a C-UAS solution, they will not be able to detect the drones which will not be registered or which do not transmit any Remote-ID. In order for future U-Space to detect a maximum of drones, appropriate sensors need to be installed.
Among all the numerous existing products on the market, we strive to find and to propose the most appropriate and more efficient sensors to set up a drone detection solution adapted to your needs and environmental constraints related to a clearly defined legal framework.
Our primary mission is to propose these C-UAS sensors for a civilian use and not only a military use. This is why the legal framework is highly important as these sensors will depends on several laws such as telecommunication laws and data privacy laws.
We do not propose a sensor, a methodology or a product that can detect only a single drone brand name or a drone manufacturer or only two or three mass market drone manufacturers.
If a product or a solution can detect solely one or two manufacturers which have 80% percents of the civilian drone market shares, it does not mean at all that this product or solution will detect 80% of the rogue drones or threats.
Consumer drones (COTS) can be easily modified. Modified drones (MOTS) will not be detected by such product or solution.
Thus we propose technologies or sensors which can detect all communications generated by civilian modified and non-modified drones and not only one single protocol as well as any flying objects in fixed-wing configuration (planes) or rotorcraft configurations (multicopters such as quadricopters, hexa or octocopters).
Each sensor that we propose is designed by one single highly specialized manufacturer. Due to the very high R&D costs, manufacturers never develop more than two sensors. When they propose a global C-UAS solution, they simply integrate sensors from other manufacturers.
If the hardware components are highly important to detect drones the software part is as well very important. Algorithms must be designed specifically for drones detection and constantly upgraded according to the drone market evolution.
A RF sensor that does not demodulate (deconstruct) a signal and read the data carried by this latter are allowed to be used by private sector. A RF sensor that demodulates and reads the data carried by the signal is not allowed for private use due to privacy laws. Telemetry is the data of a drone carried by a signal. Sole authorized governmental bodies can uses such RF sensors.
Detection and classification are two different things. CUAS or Drones radars do not perform all the same in term of detection and classification. Frequency allocation and related details regarding these technology must absolutely be taken into consideration.
Authorizations are required to use radars.
We can propose fixed or mobile solutions.
We propose a certified product for Switzerland. No other jamming technology can be sold without certification for this country.
Detailed information will be given solely to authorized end-users.
We can propose two model for different distances; 30 meters and 100 meters.
We propose kinetic solutions solely for polices and prisons.
Drone Detection Sys does not propose any other technologies available on the market for technical reasons related to performences and/or legal issuses or simply because some technologies cannot be at all installed in civilian populated urban environement.
*transmitting modules such radars and jammers are strictly regulated by Communications authorities. Such modules can only be acquired and used by governmental bodies under very strict conditions defined by Communications authorities. Regulations regarding those transmitting modules differ from a country to another.