Integration of Cutting-Edge Remote ID and C-UAS Technologies: DroneShield and Pierce Aerospace Join Forces

Global leader in Counter-UAS (C-UAS) technology, DroneShield, and Pierce Aerospace have entered into a strategic partnership to integrate Pierce Aerospace’s Flight Portal ID and Remote ID technologies into DroneShield’s C-UAS and Command and Control systems. This integration aims to enhance situational awareness for DroneShield users, who can benefit from advanced UAS identification capabilities. The integrated technology package, including DroneShield’s DroneSentry-C2 system, will be available to customers in 2023.

With a presence in over 100 countries and offices in the United States and Australia, DroneShield is highly regarded in the industry, and has received a recommendation from the U.S. Department of Defense’s Joint C-UAS Office (JCO). The company has a diverse customer base, including the U.S. Air Force, Australian Defence Force, and multiple European military agencies.

The integration of Pierce Aerospace’s Flight Portal ID technology into DroneShield’s DroneSentry-C2 system will provide end users with a comprehensive picture of their airspace, enabling the correlation and positive identification of UAS. This will enhance security operations and maintain safe flight operations for both crewed and uncrewed aircraft. The combined technology will have a wide range of applications, as Unmanned Traffic Management and C-UAS solutions continue to merge for various user segments, including civilian government, military, and private use cases.

Flight Portal ID is Pierce Aerospace’s Remote ID technology suite, consisting of Remote ID receivers, broadcast modules, software, integration capabilities, and remote administration services. The technology has a proven record of integration with nearly a dozen commercial unmanned traffic management (UTM), detect and avoid (DAA), and DoD command and control (C2) and C-UAS systems. The technology is available for integration with C-UAS, UAS OEMs, and UTM providers, both for commercial and government solutions.

“The integration of Flight Portal ID and DroneSentry-C2 provides users with the comprehensive picture needed to de-conflict their airspace, maintain safe flight operations for both crewed and uncrewed aircraft, while also having the real-time intelligence and means necessary to protect that airspace,” said Matt McCrann, CEO of DroneShield LLC. “It’s a game changer – not only for security and Counter-UAS adoption, but the joint capability also addresses key requirements for effective Unmanned Traffic Management and serves as an enabler of Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) initiatives.”

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