Neutralization o mitigation
Mitigation of the possible consequences of the drone actions.
i.e.: withdrawal or recall of objects and people target of a photographic spionage.
It is on this kind of scenarios where training and preparation of the security staff becomes a critical factor.
The drone is on its way, so our security protocols must activate and run both smoothly and in due time.
- definition of protocols
It is indeed the ultimate solution, even though it is not always feasible. In Drone Hunter we work with two technologies. For security reasons we cannot mention more details.
Prevent that the control or orientation signals get correctly from the remote control to the drone. We have the ability to even take over the attacking drone control system.
Capture or destroy the drone.
Time is against us. When a detection takes place, an alarm signal shows up to the system operator, who only needs to confirm the alarm and activate the automatic systems of neutralization. From this moment on, the operator’s only task is to watch the show (of course the operation can always be aborted).
In more critical situations, the response to the detection is immediate and automatic.