Fortem Technologies announces DroneHunter

Fortem Technologies, Inc., announced on Feb. 15 the release of DroneHunter, the first military-tested unmanned aircraft that provides perimeter intrusion detection and protection by autonomously patrolling an airspace and towing away any rogue drones from the sky.

quipped with Fortem TrueView radar, DroneHunter includes an autonomous guidance system and an open command and control platform to detect, identify and tow away hostile drones within a secured geo-fenced perimeter.
quipped with Fortem TrueView radar, DroneHunter includes an autonomous guidance system and an open command and control platform to detect, identify and tow away hostile drones within a secured geo-fenced perimeter. Fortem Technologies Photo
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Using AI algorithms, the DroneHunter system provides detection, monitoring and capture of rogue drones over restricted airspace or no-fly zones. Once a rogue drone is detected and captured, DroneHunter can tether and return, or safely discard to a predefined safe zone.

“Drones are accessible to everyone now and are beginning to proliferate to enable many new services,” said CEO of Fortem Technologies, Timothy Bean. “However, to fully embrace these  benefits, we must monitor the airspace and secure no-fly zones. Fortem’s safe, low-cost detection and mitigation systems like DroneHunter are game-changing, enabling the benefits of a drone world to be realized.”

Equipped with Fortem TrueView radar, DroneHunter includes an autonomous guidance system and an open command and control platform to detect, identify and tow away hostile drones within a secured geo-fenced perimeter. DroneHunter notifies authorized personnel of potential aerial threats in real time. The command center ground station provides monitoring and manual intervention override options to meet situational requirements.

The Fortem DroneHunter platform

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DroneHunter is an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that operates autonomously and provides an on board autopilot and navigation system, and optional 4K camera for real-time video. DroneHunter operates on multiple UAV platforms. The most popular models are light (under 16 pounds), compact and easy to transport.

The Fortem Netgun effectively captures its target and can be configured for single or multiple shots. For higher speed targets, the Fortem Drape Net autonomously blocks fast-moving drones before they reach restricted areas or no fly zones.

Fortem TrueView Radar

Fortem TrueView Radar is at the heart of DroneHunter, and provides advanced detection, classification and monitoring, day and night and in all ground and weather conditions including smoke, clouds, fog and smog.

The DroneHunter system is available today for defense and federal government customers.

One thought on “Fortem Technologies announces DroneHunter

  1. I will say this is a very cool concept & I hope it’s improved upon. I don’t think it would be nimble enough to catch a small 250 size race drone with those net cannons on the front. Still seems like it would work for all the people breaking rules with the Phantom series drones for sure. Let me know if you need a partner making the F-16 shoot & destroy version of this. 🙂

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