Empire Drone Company, a Syracuse based company, is pleased to announce their newly formed dealer partnership with Dedrone; a powerful rone detection and mitigation system used to secure airspace worldwide. Reduce the risk of a Gatwick Airport incident in your airspace with Empire Drone Company and Dedrone.
DroneTracker, the advanced yet simple to use software interface combined with the Dedrone RF-100 and RF-300 hardware, detects, classifies, and localizes drone-based threats and pilots.
Local governments are taking a crucial role in integrating technology into city programs, and organizations are using drones for first response, disaster relief, surveying, and documentation. Rogue drones threaten the safety of legitimate airspace operations, forcing traditional aircraft and authorized drones to land and suspend operations while rogue drones occupy the airspace.
Countless stories have been appearing in the news over the years regarding drone activity in federal airspace, citing safety concerns for passenger aircraft and disruption of airline operations. These risks are clear – a drone crash into an aircraft will cause damage to both vehicles. In 2012, the FAA established The FAA Modernization and Reauthorization Act, putting into law a requirement for hobbyist drone operators to contact their local airport management and the air traffic control tower if they plan to fly their drone within five miles of an airport.
Correctional facilities face a new threat: contraband delivered by drones. Contraband isn’t new, but drones are already being exploited in prisons and jails around the world. Even though correctional facilities have robust physical security infrastructure, drones can easily bypass even the highest security installations by simply flying over the top into a facility.
The number of unauthorized drones flying in is increasing, even though “No Drones” signs are posted everywhere. Stop them from flying into the airspace, breaching photography and video rights, and endangering the general public and players.
Want to learn more about creating your own drone detection system, or hiring us to provide drone detection services? Contact us today.