While the popularity of consumer drones continues to increase, it has posed potential safety and security challenges for areas such as airports, prisons, nuclear power plants, and various government facilities and infrastructure. Traditional protections in these locations may not be able to adequately detect and monitor UAVs to prevent consequential incidents. DJI AeroScope is able to identify the vast majority of popular drones on the market today by monitoring and analyzing their electronic signals to gain critical information, allowing users to protect the integrity of their flight-sensitive environment.
Notably, the DJI Aeroscope is the only system out there that provides metadata. For this reason, we think it is the best system out there. In addition to that, the price is unbeatable. Because of the rise of unmanned traffic, it is becoming increasingly important to monitor your airspace. Regardless of the installation, unmanned traffic management is a new issue to worry about. While drones are a beneficial new tool, challenges arise as well. Therefore, DJI introduced this tracking tool, to help alleviate the problem.
DJI AeroScope is a comprehensive drone detection platform. It rapidly identifies UAV communication links, gathering information such as flight status, paths, and other information in real-time. This monitoring data stream helps users make an informed response as soon as possible.
AeroScope is designed for continuous protection of large-scale sites. The stationary unit supports customization and construction. Specific site and user demand customization allow it to completely cover the surrounding airspace. Under ideal conditions, the system can monitor a range of up to 50 km and obtain key information from drones in as fast as 2 seconds. Monitoring data can be integrated with users existing security systems to efficiently provide an integrated monitoring system. This system also supports public cloud, private cloud, and local deployment. It is capable of meeting specific needs such as off-site monitoring and data segregation.
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