Thursday, June 29, 2017

Aaronia Drone Detection System from Saelig

This Video  shows in action the Aaronia Drone Detector, a fully automatic and integratable UAV / Drone Detection System based on 360° real-time RF measurement and sector jamming.

The ADDS Real-Time RF and Radar Drone Detection System is based on the Aaronia IsoLOG 3D Tracking Array Antenna, a rugged, remote-controllable Spectran V5 Real-time Spectrum Analyzer - plus a new Software Plugin for the RTSA Suite Software. All these work perfectly together to allow 24/7 monitoring and recording (full gapless data-streaming with up to 4TB/day).
Each Sector/Antenna has its own real-time screen display and is based on RF and µW detection. All views are combined to a 360° view including a 360° picture or 360° live video of the surrounding area/landscape. This gives full control over any RF emissions happening around. The system can provide an optical or audio alert if critical values are exceeded. Collect data and compare them to find out irregularities.
Discovering the incursion of unwanted drones or other remote-controlled flying objects is essential for protecting privacy and insuring physical security. Detecting the real-time directional measurement of the radio emissions used for controlling drones, the ADDS system warns the user when drones are in the area and can send automatic alerts. The system’s detection range of up to several miles is better than the usable distance from the drone operator to the drone, and depends on the transmitter power of the drone system. The ADDS detection system can be used virtually anywhere: typical scenarios are the protection of residential areas, government and corporate buildings and sensitive commercial or industrial areas such nuclear plants.
TheReal-Time RF and Radar Drone Detection System saves considerable measurement time and allows very detailed information on the spreading patterns of drone emissions.  The solution is compact, flexible and can be set up at any place you need to control.  It can be used as a "single-spot" version, which is directly available. Or it´s possible to combine several systems in order to monitor larger areas, governmental offices, military base camps, industrial areas etc.
The ADDS system is available in various configurations and consists of an Aaronia IsoLOG 3D antenna, a real-time Spectrum Analyzer (XFR V5PRO or RF Command Center) and a special RTSA Suite software plug-in. These all combine to make a 24/7 monitoring and recording system with continuous data-streaming of up to 4TB/day. The drone detection software’s intuitive layout combined with powerful tracking, trigger, and display options help in quickly identifying and tracking RF emissions from drones/UAV´s or other RF sources up to 20GHz. Each sector-antenna is displayed in real-time, indicating the exact direction the drone’s flightpath. Customizable software alarms or pop-ups can quickly alert the ADDS operator/user.
The ADDS system can be configured as a single-side or a multiple-side solution to suit the characteristics of the terrain to be monitored.  It is supplied with specialized Drone Detection Software and covers a frequency range from 9kHz up to a maximum of 20GHz. The system successfully operates at night or in fog and other bad weather conditions, and will even detect “disguised” drones flying between buildings, or among shrubs and trees.  The ADDS system allows for continuous monitoring and recording with high tracking accuracy.  A portable version is also available, operational within minutes, with 360 degree coverage. The system can also be used to track the location or movement of drone operators.  
Drones are rapidly becoming more than just an annoyance, and are perceived as a potential destructive force. The rapid proliferation of micro/mini UAVs is a growing potential threat to national and commercial security. Easy to make, cheap to buy, simple to fly, and hard to detect, commercially-available drones are one of the fastest evolving technological threats to military and civilian interests. A commercial drone reportedly alarmed the Secret Service in March 2015 when the aircraft flew too close to a golfing President Obama in Florida. And a man was detained in May 2015 for flying a drone near the White House. In Japan, a man landed a small drone on the rooftop of the Prime Minister's office. This means that drone detection is rapidly becoming an essential security issue and not a luxury.
All of the ADDS configurations are available to order now from Saelig Co. Inc.  For detailed specifications, free technical assistance, or additional information, please contact Saelig (585) 385-1750 or via email:

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