Whether it’s within Power, Water, Transport or another field, land-based infrastructure is undoubtedly a complex and important addition to our modern life, but what are you doing to protect your structures from the emerging threat of ariel attack? The capabilities of Drones are fast overtaking expectations and can now deliver severe threats such as the ability to deploying explosives and poison gas attacks, as well as the potential to deliver an explosive charge or even payloads such as nerve-gas. Your much-needed facilities are simply ‘sitting ducks’ and currently powerless to know if/when they’re going to be attacked, let alone be in a position to defend against the threat, putting the whole system and your staff at risk.
Every Embassy might become the target for a terrorist command or certain aggressive protesters. Especially when the Embassy is located in a risk territory, where local authorities are not capable to protect it from drone attacks. Being able to detect drone intrusions may avoid dramatic attacks, or simply espionage intentions.
Military bases and compounds are prime targets for the terrorist use of drones and are currently powerless to know if/when they’re going to be attacked by UAV, let alone be in a position to defend against the threat. Off the shelf drones are fully capable of interrupting your data center’s operation, causing system malfunctions and server failures, all whilst capturing exclusive data profiles, and the capabilities of a modified UAV could be much more advanced.
Prisons face challenges from smugglers using drones to deliver drugs, weapons, cell phones, and other contraband. As a result, drone detection and disruption are critical to maintaining the highest standard of security. Prisons incorporating anti-drone systems into their zone-based alarm systems will achieve consistent, complete monitoring of their perimeters and airspace. Its alerts give advanced warning of drone activity and allow security agents to take action before an incident occurs.
The capabilities and availability of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are developing quickly, and they now present serious concerns for critical infrastructure. UAVs are increasingly being used for malicious purposes, such as smuggling, remote aerial hacking, surveillance, aerial attack with guns, explosives or flammable products and invading privacy, not least having damaging impacts on the day to day operations of a Port, but more importantly proposing serious safety threats.
Borders are by definition sensible áreas. Smuggling, attacks, espionage are the most usual threats on certain sensitive borders. Deploying a permanent anti-drone system will deter this kind of threat.
The capabilities of drones are fast overtaking expectations and can now deliver severe threats such as the ability to deploy explosives and poison gas attacks, as well as the potential to deliver an explosive charge or even payloads such as nerve-gas. On top of this, paparazzi intrusion and even untoward filming and data breach is already a recognized and growing problem. High-end residential properties are prime targets for these terrorist uses of drones.
Terrorist use of drones deploying explosives and poison gas attacks are well documented and the potential for a drone to deliver an explosive charge, or even payloads such as nerve-gas on-board a superyacht is a stark reality. Paparazzi intrusion using drones approaching superyachts is already a recognized and growing problem. Yachts in port, at anchor or on coastal transits are simply ‘sitting ducks’ and currently powerless to know if/when they’re going to be attacked, let alone be in a position to defend against the threat.
Possibly the better-known drone attacks have happened on airports, as the closing of airports for days means costs in the millions and travel hassles to thousands of passengers. Drones flying on or near an airport are a highly dangerous situation by itself. Even if the pilot hasn’t bad intentions. An anti-drone system will avoid this kind of threat quite simply, with a fraction of the cost of just one operation halt due to a drone intrusion.
The worst possible scenario for an event organizer is a targeted attack by drones over the event grounds, or just a drone or drones trying to catch images of the scenario. We offer the right systems to avoid this situation and we also alternatively rent them.
Whether it’s a national ora n international political Summit, the local police are responsible for protecting it from drone attacks. We offer fixed and mobile solutions to meet each particular case.