A Dedrone executive offers projections on the increasing use of drones, and in parallel, the rise in nefarious uses that threaten airspace.
Altavian is one of five drone manufacturers approved by the U.S. DoD under the Blue sUAS program to sell to the U.S. military and federal agencies.
The funding will accelerate development of the Dedrone platform, which provides early warning, classification of, and mitigation against drone threats.
Amazon’s compact indoor drone, the Ring Always Home Cam, flies predetermined paths set by users and will be made available in 2021.
FlytBase’s platform is paving the way for security and other applications to benefit from fully autonomous, beyond-visual-line-of-sight drone fleet operations.
Security personnel can manage risk by leveraging the ability of machines to conduct patrols without the use of personal protection equipment such as facemasks.
With new security issues arising from the coronavirus-related shutdown, the world continues to see a sharp increase in negative uses for drones.
In this month’s SECURE Perspectives, Linda Ziemba discusses privacy risks, the challenge of being one of the few vendors to operate legal technology and more.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has imposed a “No Drone Zone” as part of a temporary flight restriction for this year’s Super Bowl in Miami.
Vidsys President Maurice Singleton explains how organizations are working harder than ever to use technology to remove people from harm’s way.