A system to counter drones at facilities of any size

Kaspersky Antidrone protects the airspace from drones by detecting, classifying and neutralizing unmanned aerial vehicles over facilities of any size.

An effective approach to countering UAVs

The Kaspersky Antidrone hardware and software system comprehensively protects territory from UAVs through continuous detection of airborne objects and the identification of UAVs for subsequent counteraction.

Detection

Initial detection of airborne objects is performed using a variety of audio and video sensors, as well as laser scanning and analysis of radio frequencies, combining the strengths of the equipment and ensuring round-the-clock operation of the system in various weather conditions.

Detection of objects like drones, birds or aircraft takes only 0.05 seconds

Basic airspace scanning technology, effective on small scale sites as well as in areas with varying building heights.

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Laser scanning technology provides 360-degree monitoring of airspace within a radius of up to 1 kilometer. The technology does not require additional permits and can be used at sites within city limits.

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Radar-based detection device suitable for use at large sites outside built-up areas, day and night, in all weather conditions.

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RF scanning is suitable for large sites, including those in urban areas, regardless of time of day or weather conditions, with the ability to determine the location of the pilot.

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Classification

Kaspersky Antidrone uses machine learning and neural networks to classify detected targets, determining the type and model of a drone in less than one second. Data is displayed on the user interface, where the system signals any unauthorized flights and offers a choice of countermeasures based on an assessment of the characteristics and potential threat posed by each target.

Drone flight range, altitude, speed and model are identified with an average classification accuracy of 97%

This module classifies an object at any time of day thanks to thermal imaging cameras, determines the distance to the object and performs targeting, waiting for a command to be sent to the jamming device.

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Module with thermal imaging cameras providing highly accurate detection of airborne objects day and night.

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Neutralization

Kaspersky Antidrone uses several complementary methods to combat UAVs. The system relays a control signal to the hardware neutralization module when a threat arises, and displays the situation in real time in the graphical user interface.

Instant incident alerts and single-click neutralization

The Kaspersky Antidrone ecosystem

Kaspersky Antidrone permits the use of a wide range of devices to scan the airspace and detect airborne objects. Kaspersky Antidrone software makes it possible to combine several types of sensors within one system.

  • Object is detected by primary detection sensors
  • Object data is relayed to processing server
  • Object is classified by neural networks and classification modules
  • Data is displayed on the dashboard in the user interface
  • Control signal sent to neutralization modules

Interface

Continuous real-time monitoring of airspace takes place in the control panel, where alerts are received and data on past incidents are collected.

  • Intuitive interface
  • Module layout in the interface
  • Precise threat level alerts
  • Display of objects of any size
  • Incident archive
  • Self-diagnosis system
  • Offline operation
  • Connection via API for enhanced SOC
  • Integration with SIEM systems

System deployment options

  • Stationary system

    Stationary version is used to protect static objects.

    • Initial detection module
    • Classification and neutralization modules
    • Control server
    • Software
    • Hardware by site type
  • Mobile system

    Mobile version is suitable for public events and remote locations.

    • Mobile platform
    • Initial detection module
    • Classification and neutralization modules
    • Control server
  • Software integration

    Used when equipment is installed to monitor the territory and airspace of a site.

    • Hardware assessment
    • System project
    • Software integration

Frequently asked questions

  • What type of site is Kaspersky Antidrone suited to?
  • What primary detection technology does the Kaspersky Antidrone system utilize?
  • What classification technology does the Kaspersky Antidrone system use?
  • What neutralization technology does the Kaspersky Antidrone system use?
  • What UAV types can the system detect?
  • Can the system hijack a drone?
  • Does the solution affect infrastructure?
  • What configurations of Kaspersky Antidrone are available?
  • Is it possible to view a live demo of Kaspersky Antidrone?
  • How do I become a Kaspersky Antidrone integrator?

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