3D Security for Smarter Cities and Countries

Security systems are being challenged more than ever before, and cheap drones bring a whole new threat dimension – literally. Critical infrastructure, borders, and smart cities now need to be protected in 3D, making existing 2D ground-only security systems inadequate for modern threat profiles.

Echodyne’s radars are rapidly deployable and software configurable, providing security and safety for fixed sites and temporary events alike. It’s the indispensable sensor for every multi-layered security solution.

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Counter-UAS (C-UAS)

EchoGuard radars constantly scan large volumes of airspace for intrusions, threats, and anomalous activity. As the primary sensor in multilayered Counter UAS (CUAS) solutions, our radar protects critical infrastructure, borders, correctional facilities, stadiums, downtown parks, waterfronts, parades, concerts, government buildings, public spaces, and other permanent or temporary sites against any intrusion in 3D.

Let us connect you with one of our Industry Partners for a robust CUAS solution! Or become a Partner and add the best radar to your solution!

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Guarding Every Perimeter in 3D

Industrial espionage now includes drones equipped to hack computer networks and take high resolution images of sensitive facilities. Many perimeters are inadequately protected from ground threats and have little to no protection from airborne threats. Echodyne radars are the primary all-weather sensor for Security Integrators building intelligent defenses for national borders, critical infrastructure and sensitive commercial facilities.

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Creating 3D Situational Awareness

Echodyne partnered with AUVSI, the place for all things unmanned, for this webinar on creating 3D situational awareness for comprehensive air+ground security. This webinar explores the security challenges posed by drone operators and overflight and describes different sensor types, capabilities, and considerations.

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