Commercial drones – both corporate and consumer applications – will soon have an annual impact of tens of billions of dollars on the U.S. GDP alone. Enterprises around the world are quickly realizing that drones are invaluable for operations and tasks, such as surveying dangerous sites, home deliveries, surveillance, real-time monitoring and much more.
In parallel, rogue or unauthorized drones pose can pose a threat to enterprise organizations. Large manufacturing, operational, storage and distribution facilities are especially vulnerable.
They could be used to:
Attack enterprise facilities
Damage enterprises’ authorized drones
Execute attacks or unlawful damage
How can businesses continue to benefit from drones, while also protecting against the risk of rogue unmanned aerial systems (UASs)?
THE CONTROLLED AND SAFE SOLUTION FOR BUSINESS
EnforceAir, D-Fend Solutions’ flagship solution, features proven and future-proof technology. It detects unauthorized or rogue drones, identifies them and then automatically takes control over the drones and lands them in a secure, designated area. This high level of control helps maintain continuity for enterprise sites.
Specifically designed to protect businesses from hostile drone incursions and manage multiple sites centrally, EnforceAir supplies enterprise security personnel with proactive notifications, providing relevant units with real-time information regarding at-risk sites. This early heads-up enables emergency and security personnel to respond appropriately.
Many enterprise organizations have come to depend upon drones. Unlike radio frequency (RF) jammer-based solutions, EnforceAir can automatically distinguish between “friend and foe” drones, so that the authorized drones can operate unimpeded and important work tasks are not disrupted.
Our solution facilitates safety and continuity via operational flexibility. The solution is designed to be easily transferred, mounted and configured to handle a wide range of operational scenarios. EnforceAir can provide protection on the move when affixed to various vehicles, or it can be deployed at a stationary ground-level, or high-altitude position.
This type of flexibility is enabled by multiple types of sensors that protect facilities via detection, prevention and apprehension of rogue drones and their pilots.