The Kaspersky Laboratory is developing an ecosystem to track civilian unmanned aerial vehicles in urban airspace, and the platform will be based on Kaspersky Antidrone drone detection technologies.
The system allows various sensors to be used to scan airspace, detect and classify aircraft objects. The solution is not only to see and classify the drone, but also to determine the location of who controls it. If the drone is potentially dangerous, the system operator can send it to the take-off point on a soft landing.
The Kaspersky Antidrone can add additional sensors that allow for the expansion of product functions. The solution can be integrated with drone, flight and airport registration systems.
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The Kaspersky Antidrone solution uses patented technologies and self-development engine training algorithms. In the second half of 2021, the system recorded more than 500 drone flights in Moscow airspace during the first half of 2022.