The third edition of the Airspace Security Report encompasses drone detection and airspace security news for the first half of 2018. As more drones come to market, different organizations, both government and private, are struggling to understand how many drones are entering our airspace, who is flying them, and where they are flying. Ultimately, the only drone that matters is the one that a security team doesn’t want in their airspace.


  • Industry Insights: No airspace is immune to drone treats, and we outline how different industries handled drone incidents in their field
  • Airspace Security Regulations: Legislators and regulators are increasing their knowledge of risks to unprotected airspace and responding with responsible legislation
  • Technology Update: The market for drone detection technology is advancing quickly across the globe
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 Jul 30, 2018, updated Apr 16, 2021