As drones have become both cheaper and more powerful, the world has seen a dramatic rise in illicit and dangerous drone activity. Unfortunately, regulation has done little to prevent drones from putting the public at risk of disastrous situations. Aircraft are at a particular risk to drone collisions. In the past few years, we have seen the number of near collisions between drones and aircraft increase dramatically. In London, a drone collided with a passenger airplane. Luckily, this time there were no injuries, but that wasn’t the case for a Canadian flight in 2016.
To safely and effectively prevent these kinds of occurrences, the DroneFox has the capability of employing a geofence around any location. “Invisible fences” can be formed around the perimeter of any critical infrastructure location, which includes airports, nuclear power plants, high-density population areas, and government buildings. All to securely safeguard property and lives. South Korean President Park Geun Hye believes that “we must actively respond to the threat of drones being used to spread radioactive materials or infiltrate nuclear facilities.” The DroneFox is the best response to this ever-growing threat that drones pose to society. Our geofence will force any drone to automatically land at any desired location. Because our technology can be adapted to best fit the needs of each specific location, the DroneFox will ensure the safety of the public in a variety of complex settings.
Criminals across the country are using drones to smuggle contraband into prisons. All someone has to do is attach an illicit item like a cellphone, knife, drug, or gun to a drone and drop it off over the prison fence. One such attempt was caught on camera. Current counter-UAS systems can only detect the drone within a short range of the device, the DroneFox has a multi-mile range and the capabilities to actually prevent smuggling with our intercept technology. Employing our technology on prisons will put an absolute end to using drones for illegal smuggling.
Because of the simultaneous reduction in cost and increase in payload capabilities, terrorist organizations such as ISIS have started weaponizing commercially-available drones as a means of warfare. Troops are seeing these improvised explosive devices daily. When the Pentagon requested additional resources from Congress to combat this problem, they concluded the report with, “It is likely that the Islamic State’s use of this tactic will not only become more frequent, but more lethal as well.” Those who have dedicated their lives to serve and protect our country have no means of preventing these crimes and ensuring human safety. Current counter-UAS technology either uses dangerous projectiles, illegally “jam” the drone, or employs an array of other high-risk methods. When it comes to combatting terrorism and saving lives, a guarantee matched with safety is the only option. The DroneFox is the only technology that has the ability to safely and securely intercept drones from miles away—before they become a threat.
The answer to the rise of drones is not more regulation. The answer is not to inhibit the integration of drones into society. The answer is a technology that allows for the safe coexistence between drones and people. The answer is: The DroneFox. We at WhiteFox give the power to protect.
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