Eclipse is the premier cyber counter-drone platform designed to automatically detect, take over and safely land unauthorized commercial drones in a designated zone.
We recommend Eclipse to those clients in need of a safe mitigation solution. Eclipse was designed for urban environments since it is non-jamming, non-kinetic, doesn't require line-of-sight and can quickly determine threats from non-threats.
Eclipse combines a unigue, high-end hardware, an advanced infrastructure and a real-time Command & Control center. The solution can be easily installed in any site with a simple set up and configuration.
With its innovative and diverse cyber capabilities, Eclipse is designed to address new threats and constantly changing technologies.
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With rapid changes coming to drones and UAVs all over the world, you may be wondering how the FAA plans to enforce Remote ID and what exactly it is. Learn all about Remote ID in this post and contact Aerial Armor today!
The most common question we receive is in regards to the range of our DJI AeroScope drone detecting equipment. Learn all about that topic and the factors that determine the range of AeroScope sensors in this post!
Watch how Aerial Armor secures the skies and over 500 hot air balloons each year at The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta using the DJI AeroScope.
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Aerial Armor is proud to offer the first drone detection application that is available on both Apple and Android mobile devices. Our app is only available to customers who have our drone detection equipment installed or subscribe to our detection network.
Most drones have lights that can be seen at night. However, these can be bypassed or covered up for nefarious reasons.
We offer RF, radar, and thermal camera detection that can detect drones day or night.
Yes. The DJI AeroScope is capable of identifying the drones location, it's takeoff location (or Homepoint), and the location of the operator.