The protection of sites, assets and people is a priority for commercial enterprises, governments, defence and critical infrastructure sites around the globe.
Department 13’s newest drone detection system Scout13 uses a combination of radio frequency and protocol comprehension to observe up to 5km of airspace, providing the highest level of intelligence on unauthorised drones invading monitored areas.
This innovative technology enhances surveillance and security teams, collecting radio frequency data, transmitting in real-time to the cloud-based central knowledge command centre for interpretation, tracking and intelligent response.
Data is verified through Department 13’s robust drone fingerprint library to detect, identify, attribute and locate drones within and around nearby airspaces.
Department 13 CEO Lee Croft says, “The product instantly enables informed strategic decisions regarding potential threats from airspace incursions that could compromise the safety and security of the monitored site.”
“Through instant and early threat detection, Scout13 can protect sites, assets and people anywhere in the world.”
Department 13 will be hosting a live Scout13 presentation showcasing their complete ecosystem of turn-key Uncrewed Aerial Systems (UAS) and Counter Uncrewed Aerial Systems (C-UAS) systems on Wednesday 19 October 2022, Session 1 at - 8:30am AEST and Session 2 at - 5:30pm AEST.
Register your interest at https://department13.com/scout/