AirWarden™ Mobile Drone Detection System

Drones are popping up everywhere, even in residential areas. Whether you need to fight fires, protect mass gatherings/events, guard high profile individuals or defend critical infrastructure on a harbor, you can’t ignore aerial drone threats – either due to bad actors or careless hobbyists.

AeroDefense offers a mobile drone detection solution with a variety of deployment options.

Flexible, Dynamic Mobile Drone Detection Deployments

AeroDefense’s AirWarden™ system offers flexible, dynamic deployment configurations that can work independently or in conjunction with fixed, permanently mounted networks.

Sensors operate whether they are stationary in a command center vehicle or in motion such as on a patrol vehicle or marine vessel.

  • Sensors can be installed in mobile command centers using a rack-tray mount with adequate power and protection.
  • Sensors can be custom-installed on marine vessels.
  • External equipment for patrol vehicle and marine vessel includes LTE and mast mounted detection antennas.

Single Sensor –Proximity Alerts

The AirWarden single-sensor solution detects when a drone or pilot enters a defined detection zone based on preconfigured geofence boundaries.

When the system detects a drone signal presence, it:

  • Displays a ground controller and/or a drone icon on the screen within the map ring that shows distance from the sensor.

  • Highlights rings for approximate distance from sensor and indicates whether the device is approaching, hovering or departing.
  • Identifies the device start location and provides heat mapping for tracking each device.

Multi-Sensor – Location & Tracking

A network of AirWarden sensors provides location and tracking information for both the ground station controller and the drone.

When the system detects a drone signal presence, it:

  • Provides audible/visual detection alert and detection icons keying in on the location for the drone and pilot within the user interface.
  • Displays user tools such as heat mapping, a historical trailing line for UAS movements and specific location data.
  • Stores detection and location information that can be shared or used internally.