Drone RF payload project

Be a part of a new innovation project, that will make et possible to detect drones and pilots from a distance. Get onboard today and be a part of test and user group, from the very beginning.

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Locate drone and pilot

The Volasense is an airborne geolocator that will make et possible to detect drones and pilots from a distance.

Extended range

By mounting on a drone, the range can be extended to the reach of your drone.

Integration

It works both as a standalone or as an extension of the ground-based C-UAV system.

Drone Payload

Volasense is a new Drone Payload project. Volasense utilizes MyDefence’s knowledge about RF signal detection, to create an RF detection drone payload. Volasense is an airborne geolocator, making it possible to detect drones and pilots from a distance. This works as a standalone or as an extension of the ground-based C-UAV system achieving greater range, better RF geolocation and helps increase the possibility of detecting and mitigating various drones.

MyDefence’s knowledge in making lightweight and efficient products makes it possible to create a compact module that is possible to mount on most drones.

You can be a part of this project, both to test,  to learn and to hear a lot more about what and where this project is going.
The only thing you need do is to sign-up to the group right here.

join our user group today

By joining our user group today, you will not only sign-up to future information, you will already in the next couple of days receive, a presentation on the project, that will give you further information and knowledge about what it is all about.

As the project goes on you will get the opportunity to be a part of the project.

  • Your insights matters, so that we can deliver the best product.
  • You will be one of the first to get the newest information and updates about the project
  • You will be able to order the first products for early delivery.

RF detection & jamming of ISM drones

Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) drones can be remote controlled by a pilot with a ground control station (GCS) within a few kilometers from the drone within the ISM frequency bands, but signals are weak (in the mW range) and detection range (especially of the GCS) from ground based sensors is limited due to missing line of sight, ground reflections and RF noise.

  • Mainly signals from the drone (video & telemetry) can be detected and geolocated from a distance of more than 1 km from ground based sensors.
  • RF geolocation from the UAV payload is preferred.

Join the team an Hear more about the project

By joining the team to day, you will get af full præsentation, for you to watch an hear more about what it is that we are working on, and what we would like yo to be a part of.

Sign-up and receive the presentation with in the next of days.

The RF sensor payload concept

  • Airborne geolocation based on spatial movement
  • Extension of ground based RF geolocation
  • Large and fast coverage of areas with limited electro optical and infrared visibility
  • Scalable SDR platform that can be configured to
    cover ISM bands, cellular, satellite and other frequencies
  • Compact and lightweight to fit majority of drones
  • Works both as stand-alone and can be integrated with other systems data & communication infrastructure
  • Built-in command & control system with ease of
    operation in mind
  • Edge computing w/ data processing in payload
  • Main algorithm works on passive detection (non-hacking) basis, but variants can be made for special customers and purposes
Volasense_preview

The solution

  • To create a range of C-UAV payloads that can work as an extension to the ground based C-UAV system to achieve longer range, better RF geolocation and increase the possibility to detect and mitigate various drones.
  • ISM: Commercial off the shelf drones on ISM bands
  • CEL: Drone operated on cellular frequencies 3G/4G/5G
  • SAT: Satellite operated drones
  • In combination with the payloads the complete system could be ruggedized over time to work in harsh RF environments e.g. GPS-denied, arctic areas and GCS-denied (autonomy)

Join our user and test group today

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Be a part of a new innovation project, that will make et possible to detect drones and pilots from a distance. Get onboard today and be a part of test and user group, from the very beginning.