Software development companies in separate announcements on Sept. 20 described products designed to detect and track drone swarms and to monitor areas near airports to help prevent against bird strikes. Dedrone of San Francisco announced DroneTracker 3.5, a drone-detection platform with updates and improvements designed to handle multiple, simultaneous drone intrusions near protected sites. In the event of a drone “swarm,” DroneTracker 3.5 uses radio-frequency (RF) sensors and ...

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