Your team will know exactly what drones are trafficking your airspace before they become a threat with access to our drone detection data.
Have a particular drone that is consistently intruding on your airspace? Our whitelisting and black listing services keep you informed on drone detections by specific serial number.
Get the most accurate, up-to-date, drone flight data to identify and analyze aerial threats.
Historical comments on repeat offenders are available which gives easy access to all users within the security group to make an informed decision about an impending threat.
Aerial Armor's alert zone summary provides users with an overview of the historical UAV flight data from around the region of interest.
We break down the flight counts, hours of day, days of the week and altitude ranges to enhance your security briefings and internal reports. Discover trends in your drone detection data and adjust accordingly.
Easily export the detection data roll up or subscribe to our weekly email which summarizes the activity and delivers it straight to your inbox.
Visualize your hot spots based on Pilot or Homepoint locations. Create advanced security protocols based on historical patterns.
Our heatmaps and flight overlay images are industry leading, a must have for security conscious companies.
Easily identify drone flight data trends in your monitored area and plan accordingly. Be ready to counter unwanted drone threats within a moments notice of detection.
Our drone detection solutions can detect drones and their operators for up to 30 miles.
View historical drone flight data and filter by date range. Identify hot spots with ease.
Detect drones as soon as they become active, even before they take flight.
Identify drones with higher risk levels and flag individual drones for continuous monitoring.
Receive real-time alerts when unauthorized threats enter your airspace via email, text or push notifications.
Pinpoint the GPS coordinates of the drone, it’s pilot, and the home point from which the drone launched.
As a subscriber to our drone detection data services, you might not need to have your own detection products installed. Contact us to see if you apply!
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Example drone detection dataset from 2018 >>
Drone detection analytics software allows security teams to analyze drone flight data of UAVs that have trafficked their monitored airspace. With our drone detection software, your team will know exactly how many drones have been flown in your airspace and allow you to collect and analyze important data to help you keep your airspace secure.
There are multiple ways to detect a drone and these include (but not limited to) RF analysis, radar, and visual tracking through thermal and daylight cameras.
But, to detect all types of drones, you need a layered solution. Aerial Armor specializes in layering multiple detection solutions to give our clients the best results based on their needs and budget.
Our drone detection equipment is installed in facilities across the globe. Many of the subscribers to our drone detection data service do not have their own equipment installed because their airspace is already being monitored.
Contact us today to see if you and your team qualify to receive our drone detection data!