D-Fend Solutions, Securiton Announce Drone Detection and Defense Partnership

D-Fend Solutions’ EnforceAir, its flagship technology that will be part of Securiton Germany’s counter UAS systems. Photo courtesy of D-Fend Solutions.

RA’ANANA, Israel and ACHERN, Germany—D-Fend Solutions, which provides radio frequency, cyber-based, counter-drone takeover technology and Securiton Germany, a system provider, integrator and specialist in security systems, have signed a partnership agreement designating D-Fend as the supplier of Securiton’s C-UAS solutions.

Through this partnership, D-Fend Solutions will provide the EnforceAir system, its market-leading flagship technology, for which it carries out research, development and innovation. With this cooperation, Securiton will perform direct sales, marketing, scoping, planning, technology implementation, and support for these counter-drone security systems throughout Germany.

“We are very pleased to join forces with Securiton in Germany,” said Amit Haimovich, vice president of Sales at D-Fend. “They are an extremely solid and trustworthy partner with a wealth of experience who knows the specific needs of the defense and security industries. Securiton uses our technology in innovative ways, and it’s clear that together we can achieve great things that German customers can look forward to.”

“We are combining our strengths and integrating next generation sensors for drone detection and defense,” said Jochen Geiser, product manager of drone security at Securiton. “Our award-winning C2 software solution creates a fully comprehensive system for 3D object and perimeter security, known as ‘Dome Security.’ It offers complete coverage from ground to air, which is something no other product on the market is able to do currently.”

EnforceAir will combine with Securiton’s SecuriDrone Fortress perimeter management system to create an RF-based protection method, which will reliably detect drones and defend against them, from either stationary or mobile positions. This multi-layered solution will employ multiple EnforceAir capabilities. These include drone detection and tracking, controlled takeover, early detection of potential drone threats without false alarms, and rapid identification of the exact threat. Other features include seamless transition from threat detection, classification, tracking, identification and verification to the deployment of the appropriate defensive measures such as a controlled takeover of the drone.

With EnforceAir, the likelihood of collateral damage is reduced to a minimum and the system will not affect other communication systems in the area, the companies said. Authorized drones are also identified, even when countermeasures are initiated to eliminate rogue or hostile drones.