Law Enforcement and first responders need to be aware of potential threats from the air. Knowing which drones are flying in a certain area, their make and models, their payload capacities and the paths that they are on, can all be useful information that helps officers determine the level of risk posed by each threat. Knowing the location of the drone pilot can help officers respond to any evolving situation.
Law Enforcement can also develop policies and procedures based on historical data of drone flights over a region and ensure front-line decisions and actions conform with federal, state, local laws. 911 Security’s drone detection software platform called AirGuard enables officials to do all of the above.
Detect and Track Drones flying in any area with AirGuard
911 Security’s drone detection software platform called AirGuard allows law enforcement to know which drones are flying over any designated area. Being fully aware of a potential drone threat is the first step in dealing with someone using a drone for nefarious purposes.
911 Security’s AirGuard is able to monitor the airspace for drones and send alerts to security officers as soon as a drone enters a designated area. AirGuard gives drone and pilot GPS location in real-time so that security officers can react quickly to any drone threat.
911 Security offers AirGuard, best in class drone detection solution:
- Drone ID
- Drone and drone pilot location by GPS and Wi-Fi
- Drone altitude and position (latitude and longitude)
- Drone pilot information**Only available to Law Enforcement
- Real-time detection of drone and pilot movement
- Drone make & model to decipherer payload capability
- Drone speed