Dredrone is a company that develops an airspace security platform which detects, classifies, and mitigates drone threats. The company was founded in 2014 by Dr. Ingo Seebach, Joerg Lamprecht, and Rene Seeber, in San Francisco, California, United States.
The company partners with businesses and entities such as CPNI, United States Department of Homeland Security, Sofwerx, GIT Security Award, F.E. Warren Air force Base, RBC Canadian Open, Maine Department of Corrections, U.S. Department of Defense, PGA Phoenix Open, the Georgia Department of Corrections, and Cisco.
DroneTracker aggregates sensor information about potential threats, recognizing and classifying drones. Its web-based interface shows what may be threats, real-time drone flight paths, and records forensic details including video evidence.
Dredrone develops cloud-based databases that recognize and classify radio frequencies-based, WiFi, and non-Wifi drones. The software is known as DroneDNA, and is based on machine learning systems and classification engines, and provides reporting and forensic evidence, advanced video analytics, and airspace monitoring.
Dr. Ingo Seebach
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San Francisco, California, United States
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