Situational awareness for UAS protection
IRIS is a command and control alarm system which visually present the information, detected by our sensors. By setting the GPS location of the individual devices and the control station, you will be able to create a complete map, with visual overlay information of the zones you are to protect and detect.
IRIS is two-fold. For users with large existing infrastructures, you will be able to use our SDK/API development tool, and integrate our sensors to your current platform, through the “IRIS Backend Server solution”. The comprehensive documentation esually allows for a 5 days’ integration, installation and field test.
For users with no existing infrastructure or users who require rapid setups, “IRIS Frontend solution” is available too. Any alarm recorded by the RF sensor is instantly shown on the server screen in the mission control room or field tablet, indicating which zone has been activated, and the make and model of known drones.
New maps are downloaded during mission planning and final setup is adjusted during deployment. Alarm information is shown with icons and detailed information in text boxes.
Features developed with the user
IRIS is designed with simplicity in mind. Our users require a minimalistic design and the option to remove any unnecessary information from to the display setup. All sensors can be updated through IRIS, allowing for easy maintenance and a complete oversight of your current installation.
Through our partners, IRIS is capable of sending messages (e-mail, text or to HF-radio) allowing for faster responses – contact us to learn more.
- Operating system: Linux
- Maps: ESRI arcGIS server
- Software interface: JSON/REST
- Server requirements: Min 4GB ram, 2.2GHz Core 2 Duo
- Client requirements: Min 2GB ram, 2.2GHz Core 2 Duo
- Map-based mission planning, downloaded prior/during setup
- Multi-sensor integration
- Online-offline logging view
- Offline post processing
- Multiple logins/Distributed situational awareness
- Integration with 3rd party systems