Manage and Secure your Airspace


Is there a drone in your airspace? When the answer is Yes!, AirGuard 911 automatically and immediately alerts those pre-programmed to know that a drone has just entered your airspace. Depending upon the sensors used, AirGuard 911 provides different levels of information.

Apolloshield RF Sensor


The drones commonly in use now implement control by radio frequency (RF) signals. A single passive RF sensor can detect and identify drones within a 2-mile perimeter.

When pinpoint location of drones is desired, 2 or more RF sensors are meshed together. This also provides the location of the pilot under most circumstances.

Fortem Radar


Radar enables detection beyond the RF signal. It uses technology similar to that already in use for aircraft detection of objects. R
adar has a detection perimeter of up to 4 miles for drones that are 1 meter or more in diameter.   


Our visual and thermal drone-detection solution guarantees the ability to view any object, night or day, even those deemed as stealth. Use this technology as an additional layer to on top of RF and/or Radar to provide imaging of drone payloads.

Aeroscope geofencing drone detection


AirGuard 911 is pre-programmed for alert distribution including drone type,and speed via text message or email.Additional information is available depending upon the sensors in use.

Moreover, you can monitor your airspace for unauthorized drones anytime from your dispatch center or on your mobile device.


We work with security personnel and law enforcement to put in place robust and integrated public safety SOPs to secure and manage airspace.

AirGuard 911 can provide longitude and latitude coordinates for both the pilot and drone.They can be sent to local law enforcement to facilitate a quick response.


If you are on the approved list to use Jammers,
the RCF-2000 provides a safe countermeasure against a wide range of drone models.

It allows for a controlled management of drone payload with drones generally responding via a vertical controlled landing on the spot, or returning back to the starting point, thereby assisting in tracking the operator.