SINGAPORE — A Singaporean company has designed an anti-drone surveillance system that protect one’s privacy and safety against invading drones.
The SkyDroner is an anti-drone surveillance system that can detect drone activities within 1km radius. It has multiple sensors that allow it to identify the characteristics of an anonymous drone, such as its model.
“The increase in recreational drone activities in the past two years has sparked concern of drone invasion in the airspace,” Robyn Tay, the founder of the SkyDroner, told CNBC.
The SkyDroner can also distract and take over the command of the drone’s radio frequencies, such as sending it back to its operator or making it land at a designated location.
According to CNBC, the system is intended to be used by places such as police departments, defense departments and airports.