Air Force Base sticks with Dedrone for UAS threat tracking solutions

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Dedrone has announced the continuation of its license agreement with F.E. Warren Air Force Base.

F.E. Warren was selected to test the Dedrone platform in June of 2018 as part of a DIU testing phase that included six Department of Defense (DoD) facilities, and has been continuously testing, evaluating and using the capability for over a year.

The base’s solicitation notice justified the need to continue licensing the Dedrone solution.

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In a statement, the base explained: “Without this system, F.E. Warren AFB will not have a reliable sUAS detection capability for specific areas of interest.

“DroneTracker is the only system which provides passive RF detection and immediate alerts to the appropriate parties. Loss of this detection capability will adversely affect the installation’s ability to defeat possibly hostile sUAS.”

Currently, Dedrone’s solution is deployed to customers around the world, including US and coalition militaries, correctional facilities, airports, utility companies and other public and private organizations.

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