Kaspersky Antidrone software

A combination of algorithms powered by neural networks in Kaspersky Antidrone software ensures unparalleled accuracy and high-speed operation in automatic mode.

  • Multi-sensor monitoring
    Multi-sensor monitoring

    the AI-powered system combines data from various sensors and controls the hardware

  • Incident archive
    Incident archive

    recording and gathering of incident data provide evidence for the security team

  • Control via an interactive map
    Control via an interactive map

    a graphical user interface with an interactive map helps to configure the system and control it in real time

  • System integration via open APIs
    System integration via open APIs

    all gathered data is available via APIs for SOC, SIEM and other security systems to provide further comprehensive protection

  • Offline operation and security
    Offline operation and security

    the software can be installed offline to ensure the integrity of corporate information and prevent data leaks

Kaspersky Neural Networks

The Kaspersky Neural Networks system continuously searches for airborne objects. The processing server relies on neural networks to instantly process data received from the hardware modules, which allows automatic tracking of the target. Precise information on the drone model and position is displayed on the map and stored in the archive.

Intuitive interface

For better usability, only UAV alerts are displayed; false alarms are processed by the system without the user’s involvement, which makes the interface and use of the system easy and intuitive.

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Archive and advanced data analytics: incident data is analyzed and made available in a report

  • Automatic collection of incident details: model, range, trajectory, speed and flight duration
  • Data-driven airspace analysis
  • Configurable automatic reports

Kaspersky Antidrone autonomous self-monitoring system

  • Tracking of critical system parameters
  • Display of detailed information on system and hardware status
  • Toolset for spot analysis or component rollback

Kaspersky Antidrone software

The Kaspersky Antidrone software controls the hardware modules, continuously monitoring the airspace and instantly responding to incidents through the use of computer vision and neural networks.

The best available hardware is selected and combined for each type of site to safeguard the exposed airspace and effectively combat the specific threat profile

Mounted rotating module

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.

Panoramic camera

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

Sectoral camera

This type of camera is used for specific areas of a site perimeter where high-precision monitoring and a high detection range are required.

Thermal camera

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

Radio frequency scanner

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.

Radar

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

Lidar

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.

Microphone

The microphone module improves the efficiency of primary detection by using audio sensors.

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