DroSecMa extends the enterprise perimeter to include the airspace and provides enhanced security and operations (large corporations, critical infrastructure, financial institutions, etc.).
Exponential increase in capability and reduced costs have made drones (UAS / UAV / RPAS) a truly disruptive technology. Their capabilities may be leveraged to significantly improve enterprise operations and reduce costs. However, the sheer number of drones and their capabilities also represents a growing threat (either accidentally or with malicious intent).
DroSecMa provides the ability to mitigate the threat presented by drones while leveraging their capabilities for enhanced surveillance and inspection. Drones may be used in ways that are much more efficient and in situations where human interactions may be problematic, un-safe, not cost effective, or impossible. DroSecMa services can be used stand-alone or as part of a higher-level customer system.
- escCUAS™ (CUAS/Counter-UAS): use of multi-sensor technology to accurately detect, identify and track intruding drones. This capability also provides automated or manual countermeasures (note: active countermeasures may not be legal)
- escMSAP™ (MSAP/Multi-Service Aerial Platforms): provides state-of-the-art drone technologies for surveillance and inspection, manual or fully autonomous operations and beyond the visual line of sight (BVLOS) (if permitted)
- escPNTTM(Positioning, Navigation, Timing): highly accurate Positioning, Navigation, Timing (PNT)
- escSRCTM(Secure and Resilient Communication): autonomous communication channel switching, leveraging SATCOM
Users and their needs
Typical DroSecMa users:
- public safety (federal and national police forces, prisons, …)
- government buildings (embassy, legislative buildings …)
- critical infrastructure (airports, rail, power, …)
- event venues (sports arenas, concert venues, …)
- large industrial plants (automobile, high-tech manufacturing, chemical production …)
- individual properties (skyscrapers, high-profile private homes, …)
Each user has unique requirements. However, the majority have a fundamental set of basic needs:
escCUAS™: High potential threat or consequence due to incident
- 24/7 real-time threat minimum of false alarms
- Reliable documentation, tracking and data logging
- Situational awareness (flight paths/live video)
- Provides airspace protection, including runways and other critical infrastructure at airports
- Countermeasures (as allowed)
escMSAP™: Increased security and operational efficiencies
- Reliable/resilient and secure communications (escSRCTM)- multi-path data links with fully automated switch-over between cellular networks, Wi-Fi and SatCom, for TM/TC processing, Command & Control and live video streams
- Encryption of communication and stored data
- Robust GNSS module (escPNT™) provides an affordable, small, light, low-power solution (low SWaP) to centimeter accurate positioning in GNSS challenged environments, providing measures against GPS jamming or spoofing
- Autonomous and BVLOS operations (as permitted)
- Safety features (parachute, transponder, RETURN HOME function etc.)
esc Aerospace is a small, agile product neutral systems integrator and product developer with the depth of experience of a large corporation. Our size, low overhead, extensive solutions partnerships and global reach enable us to meet the highest complexity technological challenges and meet our clients need with best value solutions.
Service/ system concept
DroSecMa provides enhanced enterprise security and operational efficiencies by integrating drone detection and countermeasures (CUAS) services and drone surveillance and inspection services (MSAP).
Services are tailorable, and users defined to provide the utmost functionality and flexibility.
Space Added Value
Satellite Communication will provide data and communication links
The DroSecMa Demonstration Project team has successfully completed the Final Review (FR) and thereby completed the project in time and budget. DroSecMa has several active installations and demonstrations at customer sites and it has entered the commercialization phase.