Main Drone Detection and Counter-Drone Methods Currently Available

This page describes the main drone detection and defense methods employed by products currently available at Dynamite Global Strategies, Inc.
 
 
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LAS VEGAS - Sept. 15, 2019 - PRLog -- Different Counter-Drone Systems utilize a variety of techniques for drone detection, tracking / identification and drone interception / drone jamming.

1.1 Detection and Tracking Systems

Radar:
Detects the presence of small- or micro-unmanned aircraft vehicles (UAV) by their radar signature, which is generated when the unmanned aircraft encounters radio frequency (RF) pulses emitted by the detection components of the radar.

Radio Frequency (RF) Detection: Identifies the presence of drones by scanning and detecting the RF frequencies on which commercially available drones are known to operate.

Electro-Optical (EO): The Electro-Optical (EO) system is used to detect and identify drones based on target drones' visual signature.

Infrared (IR) and Thermal Imaging: The Infrared (IR) and Thermal Imaging Cameras are used to detect drones based on their heat signature. With Urban Dynamite's thermal imaging technology, and object, hot or cold will be detected by the 360° IR and thermal sensors, day and night.

Acoustic Sensors: Acoustic Sensors are used to detect drones by recognizing the unique sounds produced by incoming drones' motors.

Combined Sensors: The DGS's Urban Dynamite Counter-Drone System (https://usdgs.com/anti-drone-solutions/) integrates a variety of different sensor types to provide a more robust detection capability and accuracy. The combination of multiple detection systems may be deployed to increase the probability of a successful detection, given that no single detection method is entirely fail-proof.

1.2 Interdiction and Counter-Drone Technology:

RF Jamming:
Disrupts the radio frequency data link between the drone and its ground-based operator by emitting specific, targeted RF energy output. Once the RF link, which can include command data link, video data link or WiFi links, is severed, a drone will either enter its "safe-landing" mode and descend to the ground or initiate a "return to home" maneuver.

GNSS Jamming: Disrupts the target drone's satellite, such as GPS or GLONASS, which is used for navigation. When Drones lose their satellite link, they will be forced to hover in place, land, or return to home.

GNSS Spoofing / Protocol Manipulation: GNSS spoofing is an attack in which a radio transmitter is used to interfere with legitimate GPS signals and allows the operator to take control of the targeted drone by hijacking the drone's communications link.

Direct Energy Weapon / High-Energy Laser: High-Energy Laser System is designed to detect, track and destroy vital segments of the drone's airframe using directed energy.

Combined Interdiction Elements: Dynamite Global Strategies' Urban Dynamite C-UAS Defense System employs a combination of various interdiction elements to fit your needs and mission applications.

visit: https://usdgs.com/drone-detection-system/

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