Ainstein has announced new customisable ultra-long range drone detection radar sensors.
Two variations have been made available, the airborne ULAB-D1 and the ground-based ULGB-D1.
Ainstein hopes the new systems will address the need for highly precise and cost-effective tools to minimise disaster risk caused by drones.
Both radars are capable of precise detection more than 1,000 meters away and have been designed to help protect high security facilities such as government buildings, airports and critical infrastructure.
Watch how the ULGB-D1 works here:
Andrew Boushie, vice president of strategy and partnerships at Ainstein, said: “Customizable long-range radar systems are essential to keeping critical infrastructure safe from skyborne threats, which can range from UAVs conducting surveillance of a site to actual attacks on the site.”
He added: “Whether accidental or malicious, unauthorized UAVs in proximity to critical infrastructure could have devastating impacts.”
This news comes just a day after Commercial Drone Professional reported on the US Government’s new rules which could authorise the take-down of malicious drones.
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