Ctrl+Sky Dual Acoustic / RF sensor

Ctrl+Sky Dual Acoustic / RF sensor

  1. Product Categories
    Detection Controls/Devices
    • Drone Detection
    Drones and Robots
    • Autonomous Systems
    • Drone Applications
    • Drone Detection, Capture & Recovery
    Physical Security Information Management
    • Physical Security Information Management

Acoustic sensor uses digital beam forming technique in the acoustic domain to accurately localize sound sources in 3D space. Advanced machine learning algorithms are used to classify signals and identify drones. RF sensor detects radio-link between a drone and remote control-station by identifying radio frequency (RF) signatures of Wi-Fi signals.

Advanced Protection Systems LLC

Booth:
  • 4131
  • Unmanned Security

APS is an innovative company focused on developing technology preventing threats posed by UAVs.

APS has developed and commercialized a unique system for detecting and neutralizing drones: Ctrl+Sky. Thanks to the multi-sensor approach, Ctrl+Sky enables efficient detection, identification and neu...APS has developed and commercialized a unique system for detecting and neutralizing drones: Ctrl+Sky. Thanks to the multi-sensor approach, Ctrl+Sky enables efficient detection, identification and neutralization of drones, day and night, in all weather conditions. Ctrl+Sky offers a scalable system approach to ensure a complete “dome” of protection. The combination of patented 3D radar, acoustic, vision and RF sensors allow Ctrl+Sky to minimize false alarms and detect UAV at distances up to 3km.More

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