SKYLOCK – Anti Drone Systems

Protecting Your Skies

Meet Us At World ATM Congress 2019 In Madrid​!

12-14 March  Booth #1177

SKYLOCK – Anti Drone Systems

Protecting Your Skies

Meet Us At World ATM Congress 2019 In Madrid​!

12-14 March  Booth #1177

The Problem

Over the last two years there has been an alarming increase in incidents between drones and aircraft creating a very real threat to aviation security incurring financial damages and potential risk to public safety.

Our Solution

The SKYLOCK system is specifically designed to provide airports with an impenetrable layer of protection against drone incursions, detecting drones from up to 3km. Our comprehensive, multi-layered airport protection systems provide a complete solution against drones posing a threat to your airport’s day to day operational activities, potentially endangering human lives.

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System Highlights

Zone A - Outer Layer Detection:

The system is located at the perimeter of Zone A creating a “bubble” around the airport. The passive, non-transmitting RF Detection system provides 360° coverage up to 3km which detects all drones flying in the proximity of the defined no-flight zone

Zone B - 2nd Layer of Protection in The "No Fly" Zone:

The SKYLOCK system creates an effective coverage of the pre-defined no-flight zone around the airport of up to 1.5 km, with 360° coverage. The RF passive detection system will detect, recognize and pinpoint the exact location of the drone and operator, allowing you to block all communication between the drone and its operator and take control of the drone.

Zone C - Inner Layer - Interception of Drones:

With advanced drone interception capabilities SKYLOCK can deal with multiple drones simultaneously. Due to the sensitive area of the airport, it is not always possible to use a jamming system. SKYLOCK offers a unique DRONE AGAINST DRONE- solution that uses advanced autonomous drones to intercept and neutralize the target drone with no damage or interference to the airport.

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