SKYPERION - passive RF COTS/MOTS drone detection.
In a groundbreaking stride towards innovation, Metis Aerospace Ltd is thrilled to announce the launch of its latest software offering ANANKE. This highly anticipated software drop marks a significant milestone in the development of our SKYPERION passive RF drone detection system. Capitalising on unparalleled expertise, this state-of-the-art solution, with its sleek and compact form factor enables effortless integration and uncompromising functionality.
At ANANKE’s core is an array of remarkable features that elevate SKYPERION’s capabilities to new heights. Improved video detection ensures swift and accurate identification of MOTS/COTS drone activity, allowing security personnel to respond promptly to potential threats. The protocol decoding feature allows distracted operators to obtain the internal identification and positional information from compliant and non-compliant drones in real-time.
The incorporation of RID enables a distracted operator to identify and track COTS drones operating within a designated airspace. This added layer of transparency enhances safety and security, catering to a wide range of applications from critical national infrastructure protection to public event security in an already contested, congested and complex air picture providing an information advantage to key decision makers.
ADS-B Mode S adds further sophistication to SKYPERION. Exploiting this broadcast transmission provides a SKYPERION operator with improved abilities to accurately identify and track aircraft within their area of responsibility (AOR); this integration brings about a level of precision and reliability that is previously unmatched raising the bar of drone security solutions.
In an era of rapid technological advancements Metis remains at the forefront of innovation, consistently delivering products that redefine possibilities. With the launch of ANANKE, Metis reaffirms its dedication to our single unifying purpose: protecting people, their privacy and the places they occupy