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September 20th, 2018
Sensofusion to Unveil Next Generation Counter-UAS System AIRFENCE: Hosting Exclusive Demo this Fall

NEW YORK – As Sensofusion continues to increase its world-wide user base with AIRFENCE, a counter-drone solution being used to protect armed forces, police, airports, prisons, and national guards, the company is unveiling its latest version. AIRFENCE 6.0 dramatically improves and upgrades Sensofusion’s capabilities to detect and safely negate dangerous and potentially life-threatening situations caused by rogue drones.

Sensofusion has incorporated findings from private and government customers to create a solution ideal for any end-user seeking a counter-UAS technology designed to automatically detect, locate, track, and defeat unwanted drones. Improving speed and range of detection, expanding the AIRFENCE proprietary library, and wrapping the whole package in a seamless interface were all part of the calculations when fine-tuning AIRFENCE 6.0. In addition, AIRFENCE can now target individual UAS’, regardless of what frequency band they hop to when counter-attacking.

As part of the release of AIRFENCE 6.0, Sensofusion is offering a demo day to any end-user with counter-UAS requirements on their priority list.

“To fully understand the advancements made with AIRFENCE 6.0, we invite end users to see it operational for themselves,”  said Sensofusion Vice President Kaveh Mahdavi. “With the latest version, AIRFENCE pushes the boundaries of innovation. We are not selling theoretical solutions in the form of shock videos and flashy presentations that you see all over the internet — AIRFENCE has the largest user base for counter-UAS technology in the world with hundreds of installations, and those numbers continue to grow. I am very pleased with our team’s achievements in the field of RF as it represents the best of the best.”

AIRFENCE continues to advance through strong partnerships with organizations like the FAA, NASA, the European Union and the U.S. Department of Defense. It is time-tested and calibrated depending on the customers environment, and can be installed to protect mobile convoys or fixed sites.

Sensofusion’s private unveiling of AIRFENCE 6.0 is open to any end customer that has a requirement to protect high-priority assets from unknown small commercial drones and improvised sUAS.

Act now: If you are within this category please contact Sensofusion directly at [email protected] to request a private invite to the event.

About Sensofusion

Sensofusion, with U.S. headquarters in New York City and international headquarters in Helsinki, Finland, is the creator of AIRFENCE, a countermeasure technology designed to automatically detect, locate, track, and take over unmanned aircraft system (UAS) controls, all automatically, as well as locate operators. Sensofusion currently partners with the European Union, U.S. Marine Corps., NATO, the FAA, and the Nevada Institute of Autonomous Systems.

For more information, visit Sensofusion.com, email [email protected]