DroneGun Tactical selected by EU police
DroneShield has announced that following a competitive tender, its DroneGun Tactical product was selected as the preferred solution by the European Union police forces. The process was run by Belgium Police, with an EU-wide framework. Sales, training and local support will be managed by DroneShield’s Benelux region partner ForcePro BV.
Body-worn RfPatrol drone detection device released
DroneShield has announced the release of the next generation version of its body-worn drone detection device, RfPatrol MKII. The original RfPatrol was released in May 2019, having proven to be a well-regarded product, with purchases by a number of high profile customers around the world.
DroneShield product suite accepted to GSA Schedule
DroneShield has announced that its full product suite has been approved for placement on, and placed on, the GSA Schedule. The GSA (General Services Administration) is an agency of the United States government that supplies products for US government offices and operates the Federal Acquisition Service (the FAS). As part of this effort, it maintains the GSA Schedule, which other US government agencies can use to buy goods and services.
European Hub commences government drone demonstrations
DroneShield has announced that the European Hub for DroneShield products, announced to the market on 5th March 2018, has commenced operations.
French president visits DroneGun Tactical at army camp
DroneShield has become aware of reports in French media in relation to DroneGun Tactical and the visit of His Excellency President of France Emmanuel Macron to French Army Camp Mourmelon.
DroneShield receive NATO stock number for DroneGun product
DroneShield has announced that its DroneGun MKII product has been granted a NATO Stock Number. The company's DroneGun MKII has been assigned a NATO Stock Number (NSN) 5865-66-164-5197.
Incidents underscore need for drone detection at airports
Global provider of drone detection and mitigation products, DroneShield has recently noted multiple media reports of a video recently recorded by an unknown drone pilot flying his or her drone disturbingly close to a Frontier Airlines passenger jet as it came in to land at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas.
Compact detection radar detects drones up to 750m away
DroneShield has announced the launch of RadarZero, a compact drone detection radar product. At roughly the size of a paperback book, the product can detect drones up to 750m away and sells for a fraction of the cost of the larger longer-range more conventional radars. Because of its small formfactor, RadarZero is portable and mobile.
DroneGun Tactical product features an ergonomic body and controls
DroneShield has announced the release of its DroneGun Tactical product, available for purchase from to qualified end-users, where lawful. The release of DroneGun Tactical continues to establish DroneShield’s lead in the counterdrone space, following on the release of DroneGun MKII in late 2017.
Drone gun now certified for human exposure
DroneShield has announced that its DroneGun MKII product has been certified as compliant for human exposure, in connection with requests by potential governmental end-users, in relation to their procurement processes.
Automated drone detection system offers an anti-swarming capability
Australian-based company, DroneShield, has released a video of its DroneSentinel/DroneSentry anti-drone systems in operation. DroneSentry is an integrated automated drone detection and countermeasure product with an anti-swarming capability.
Are drones just a catastrophe waiting to happen?
Provider of drone detection and mitigation products, DroneShield has noted a New York Post report on a collision between a US Army Black Hawk helicopter and a rogue drone over Staten Island in New York. The Army helicopter is understood to have conducted an emergency landing following the collision, and the authorities are investigating the incident.
DroneShield announces RFOne demonstrations
DroneShield has announced demonstrations of its RfOne radio frequency sensor for drone detection starting first week of October, followed by its multi-sensor DroneSentinel platform demonstrations (combining radar, radiofrequency, acoustics, thermal and optical sensors) starting first week of November.
DroneGun is quick on the draw
The latest development in anti-drone technology has been introduced by US and Australian-based company, DroneShield. UAV sales are on the up and they are increasingly being used as a tool by criminals and terrorist groups.