An entire book can be written about drone accidents and incidents that occur worldwide, either due to careless, inexperienced drone operators, or intentionally planned attacks. But there is a way to address these threats, particularly with a continuity-based system that anticipates needs and is adaptable to varying sectors and industries across sensitive environments. RF-based cyber anti-drone takeover technology provides a means to contend with the threat while also bringing an intuitive and agile means to discern between authorized and unauthorized drones, leading to safer airspace.
In addition, a multi-zone protection plan provides a more accurate approach with the flexibility to overcome needs and limitations in the market. For example, let’s say an operator wants to make sure a specific asset is protected from all sides to ensure that the mitigated drone will not fly over the protected area. Several zones may be configured to overlap the protected and alert areas, and each zone shall have a different action configured, allowing customers to choose where the drone will land, and which route it will take on its way to the landing point.
For control and safety, fending off a rogue drone is one option towards safety. A fend-off disconnects the signal of the drone operator’s remote control, and then causes it to fly back to its takeoff position.
Keeping all deployment options open and available, with flexibility for multiple use cases and scenarios, is a key success factor for today’s C-UAS operators contending with multiple and ever-changing threats.