Dedrone introduces radio frequency sensor for sUAS detection

Dedrone RF-160 Sensor

Dedrone has released its radio frequency sensor, the Dedrone RF-160 for sUAS detection and threat migration.

The RF-160 is an upgraded version of the company’s RF sensor, the RF-100, and includes new and advanced features such as increased detection range, streamlined installation process, and integrated LTE.

The RF-160 quantifies how many drones are in the user’s airspace and provides early detection of drones.

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Dedrone also manufactures the RF-300, which provides localization and tracking of sUAS. The RF-160 is available for order today and will begin delivery in March 2020.

New features of the RF-160 include LTE integration for fast installation and access to comprehensive data for drone risk analysis, detection range of up to 5 km and incorporation of an advanced design for urban environments.

Joerg Lamprecht, CEO and co-founder of Dedrone, said: “The RF-160 can be quickly installed and provides a baseline of information on all airspace activity, regardless of the type of manufacturer, or even if it is a home-made drone.”

Adding: “Lower airspace security starts with detection, and the RF-160 is the most advanced product to provide our customers with the analytics they need to act upon sUAS threats to their airspace.” 

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