Airspace Security is a Process, Not a Technology Webinar Series Presented by AeroDefense

An increase in drones flown by clueless, careless, and criminal pilots requires organizations across industries to look beyond their typical physical security controls and evaluate drone detection technology to protect people and property.

While a drone detection system that consistently and accurately locates both drone and pilot early is the foundation of an effective drone security program for many organizations, it is equally important to fully explore objectives and desired outcomes before technology deployment for the best result. Objectives may vary by facility, region, relationship with local law enforcement, and other factors. Priorities, tactics, and response protocols for pilot/controller apprehension also will drive how technology should be configured and deployed.

In this airspace security webinar series you will hear from subject matter experts on three critical areas to consider before deploying a drone detection system: 1) Risk Assessment and Response Planning, 2) Systems Integration, and 3) Training and Operations.

To register for the Webinar Series each session has its own registration form.

Drone Threat Risk Management Strategy and Response Planning – April 21, 2-2:45pm ET – Adam Schenkel, Deloitte US Drone Services

Integrating Drone Detection Into Your Existing Technology Ecosystem – April 28,  2-2:45pm ET – Scott Frigaard, Convergint

The Importance of Training and Operations for Airspace Security – May 5, 2-2:45pm ET – Charles Marino, Sentinel Security Solutions 

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