Amid global changes caused by COVID-19, many security teams are in critical or emergency operation mode. Additionally, the risks from drones are only escalating, as more come to market and are being flown by users who may not be aware of airspace restrictions or are taking advantage of less oversight by regulators and law enforcement to maintain safe airspace activity. What can you do TODAY to improve your security?

The Dedrone RF-160, released in March 2020, immediately provides reliable, actionable analytics for organizations to understand their risk, and build resilience in their airspace security program. Quick to install, and easy to manage, the RF-160 is a foundational security tool to add to your team’s arsenal of technology to ensure your operations are automatically and continuously protected.

Join Dedrone team member Katharina in this video and watch how the RF-160 is installed right from the box. Our Director of Sales Engineering, Colin Swift, guides you through these plug and play instructions.

The RF-160 can be installed within a few minutes and without any specialized IT knowledge. Only needing power supply and a pole, it automatically connects to the Dedrone Cloud and immediately starts to detect drones. An on-premise server is not required. Users can assess their drone risk quickly and use these insights to act upon drone threats.

Dedrone’s RF-160 is the foundation of a complete airspace security program, providing early warning and classification of drones in your airspace. For more information on the RF-160, including technical specifications and other data, visit here.

Want to learn more about how to upgrade your airspace security program today? Contact our team below.

Susan Friedberg

About the author

Susan is the Director of Communications at Dedrone and has researched, developed, and led the conversation on drones, counter-drone technology, and airspace security since 2016.

Susan Friedberg

Originally published May 6, 2020, updated Jan 24, 2021