Drones

Submitted on September 15, 2020 | John Adams
Fire Shield is a new project working to integrate satellites, sensors and drones to detect fires within a few minutes and extinguish them within 60 minutes - before they get out of control. Fire Shield is supported by an $A70...
Submitted on September 20, 2019 | John Adams
Recent attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil fields will shunt the global market for perimeter security equipment like radar and drone detection to $US2 billion by 2023, up from $1.3 billion in 2018, according to IHS Markit. The assault on the...
Submitted on March 28, 2019 | John Adams
We have had drone intrusions across our site. Is it legal to disable a drone? And can security or police in Australia take control of a drone, land it and confiscate it? A: It’s illegal to interfere with an operating...
Submitted on March 27, 2019 | John Adams
AUSTRALIA’S aviation safety authority will establish a drone flyer's licence and mandatory registration for all drones beginning in July this year with pilots of drones over 250g required to undertake and pass a course. CASA said the expansion of the...
Submitted on February 20, 2019 | John Adams
MOBILE Camera Security (MCS) will be the first mobile CCTV trailer provider to offer an integrated tethered drone solution with the new technology currently in development. The addition of a tethered drone will allow users to receive continuous aerial monitoring...
Submitted on February 1, 2019 | John Adams
AUSTRALIA’S Civil Aviation and Safety Authority is installing DJI Aeroscope drone detection technology at Sydney Harbour and Australian airports despite U.S. cybersecurity concerns. Peter Gibson, a spokesman for CASA told SMH he had no concerns about Australia's choice of technology...
Submitted on January 31, 2019 | John Adams
As video surveillance makes increasing inroads into the traditional alarm detection market it’s hard to ignore the fact drones may offer high security sites the capability to monitor large or complex spaces more efficiently, more completely and more affordably than...
Submitted on December 21, 2018 | John Adams
DRONESHIELD, the Australia-based drone countermeasures manufacturer, said it could assist authorities at Gatwick Airport in the UK, which was closed after industrial drone operators deliberately impinged on the airport's flight space. The incident has had a massive impact, with 500...
Submitted on September 26, 2018 | John Adams
DRONES with thermal cameras will keep watch over Melbourne’s Metro rail network to ensure there are no disruptions to services over the coming big weekend of football finals, with close to 100,000 fans expected to pack the MCG. Video feeds...
Submitted on July 24, 2018 | John Adams
Intelligent Security Integration Australia and DroneShield have partnered on Rapid Scout HQ, a vehicle designed for use anywhere traditional CCTV has limited or no coverage, now with an integrated counter drone detect and defeat solution. RAPID Scout’s latest version will...
Submitted on March 23, 2018 | John Adams
A FLEET of wind and solar-powered autonomous vehicles will today be unveiled in Hobart before setting off on a mission to capture valuable ocean data. Their long-term autonomy makes the technology appealing for security and safety applications, where they might...
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