Drone defense: for your airspace safety

We help you to identify unwanted drone activity in your airspace, minimise risks and maximise safety.

Is your airspace safe?

The increasing use of drones poses a new security challenge. Unwanted or malicious drones can pose a threat to your privacy, security and business-critical operations.

We design the optimum drone defense system for you by carefully selecting and planning leading technologies. In this way, we ensure early detection of potential threats and thus guarantee your security.


Comprehensive, State-of-the-art, Individual

Comprehensive monitoring

Our concepts ensure continuous and automated airspace surveillance to identify and classify drones at an early stage.


We ensure that all the solutions we develop with you comply with the latest national and international laws and regulations.

Customised solutions

Our solutions are flexibly designed to meet the unique security requirements of your site.

The process

Our approach: How we protect your airspace

Needs and location analysis

At the beginning, a detailed analysis of the location and the need for drone defense is carried out. This involves analysing whether and to what extent it makes sense. This includes the development of scenarios that take into account the specific risks and threats at the respective location.


Checking legal conformity

This is followed by a thorough review of the legal framework. This ensures that all aspects of drone defense, including data collection and processing, are in line with local laws and regulations.


Technology selection and system integration

In this phase, the appropriate technology for drone defence is selected. Various systems are evaluated in order to find the optimum balance between performance and cost. Integration into existing security systems is also examined: This includes creating interfaces to systems such as video surveillance and hazard management systems to enable effective verification and response.


Entwicklung von Notfallplänen

Specific emergency plans are developed on the basis of the site and risk analyses. These plans include detailed response strategies for various threat scenarios that enable incidents to be handled quickly and effectively.


Functional tests and acceptance

Before final commissioning, the system is subjected to a series of functional tests to confirm its reliability and effectiveness. These tests help to identify and rectify any weaknesses before deployment. The formal acceptance process by the customer ensures that the installed system is functional and in accordance with the specifications.

Methods used

Our technologies for your comprehensive protection

Risk analysis and threat modelling

Comprehensive assessment of your specific risk landscape to proactively identify and model drone threats.

Integration of existing security systems

Seamless integration of drone defense solutions into your existing security infrastructures to ensure holistic security monitoring.

Acoustic sensors

Supplement visual and RF detection with acoustic signals.

Sustainable security strategy

Development of a long-term security strategy that makes it possible to adapt to rapidly advancing technological developments and changing threat scenarios.

Automated defence measures

Immediate response to detected drones to neutralise threats before they can cause any damage. For example, an alarm is triggered after the detection of an unauthorised drone, prompting the security service to travel to the drone pilot's location and clarify the situation directly on site.

Radar and RF detection

Reliable identification and tracking of drones in real time.

Compliance audit

Consideration of national and international laws and regulations on drone use and defence to ensure legal compliance.

Frequently asked questions about drone defense systems

Companies of all sizes face unique challenges when it comes to protecting their airspace from drones. Here you will find clear answers to your most important questions about drone defense.

A technology for preventing and identifying drones in your airspace in order to detect unwanted intruders at an early stage and initiate countermeasures.

The increasing use of drones also increases the risk of espionage, sabotage and breaches of privacy. Effective drone detection protects sensitive areas and critical infrastructures.

No, most standard security systems are not equipped to detect drones. Specialised drone detection technologies are required to effectively identify and track drones.

The detection time can vary, but depends heavily on the technology used and the specific operating conditions. The aim is to detect drones as early as possible, ideally as soon as they enter the monitored airspace.

Yes, high-quality drone defense systems are designed to work regardless of the time of day and weather conditions. This is made possible by the use of various technologies such as radar and thermal cameras.

Once a drone has been detected, predefined alarm protocols are activated immediately. These can include notifying the security teams, activating countermeasures or informing local authorities, depending on the individual security strategy.

The design of our drone detection systems strictly complies with the applicable data protection laws and regulations. The systems aim to collect only the information necessary to safely identify and neutralise a threat.

The legality of countermeasures varies depending on the country and its legislation. In many cases, certain measures, such as jamming the radio link, may only be carried out by authorised units. We can advise you on the legal implementation of countermeasures.

Drone detection and drone defense are two interrelated aspects of dealing with drone threats that fulfil different functions. Drone detection is primarily concerned with the identification and localisation of drones in airspace. This involves the use of technologies such as radar, RF scanners, acoustic sensors and optical systems to recognise drones at an early stage and track their flight path. The aim is to identify a potential threat before it can cause any damage.

Drone defense, on the other hand, starts after a drone has been detected and includes measures to disable or repel the drone. This can include techniques such as jammers that disrupt the drone’s communications, nets that physically capture it, or other non-lethal technologies aimed at landing the drone safely or removing it from the protected area.

While detection focuses on recognition, defense focuses on neutralising the threat.

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Peter Dupach


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