According to the company, enrolled DroneShield systems receive a quarterly update to the proprietary DroneOptID classification engine.
“As the counterdrone industry matures and our end user community begin taking back control of their low altitude airspace, the use of electronic countermeasures becomes a vital part of the response action. Our partners often require visual confirmation of target prior to the use of such countermeasures. This DroneOptID quarterly firmware release expands the reliability, accuracy, and functionality of a critical piece of technology,” said Angus Bean, DroneShield Chief Technology Officer.
DroneOptID is a computer vision-based system used to control various thermal and optical sensors, detect, classify and track small drone/UAS targets.
DroneOptID software offers the latest in Computer Vision technology to detect, identify and track drone targets in real time. The Artificial Intelligence (AI) model has been developed specifically for drone detection and works seamlessly with DroneShield’s range of best in class drone detection and countermeasure devices.
Learn more about the DroneOptID platform – visit DroneShield website.