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Ahead of their Super Bowl game, the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons’ security spotted a drone flying over their practices. While the pilot turned out to be a neighborhood family, many initially speculated espionage from their opposing team, the New England Patriots.
The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), decided to close the retractable roof of the Millennium Stadium in Wales over fears terrorists could fly a drone into the ground during the Champions League final.
The U.S. FAA implemented temporary flight restrictions within a 34.5-mile radius of NRG Stadium in downtown Houston, Texas for the Super Bowl. Drone security wasn’t the only talk of the town for the Super Bowl - Intel showcased a drone light show at halftime.
A rogue drone flew directly inside a baseball stadium, crash landing into a group of spectators. Investigators were not able to determine if the pilot was flying with malicious intention, or if this was a case of pilot error.
Set for July 2017, event organizers are equipping themselves with massive nets to catch drones if they come too close to the racetrack, athletes, or spectators.
We use an array of sensors including RF detection, video, audio feeds, and triangulation to detect drones, track their flight, and locate the drone pilot. We integrate with your existing security infrastructure like alarms, video cameras, and access control and with