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Top 10 Unmanned Security Solution Companies - 2019

Over the last decade, security technology has undoubtedly come a long way. Even though humans are still competent enough to provide security to anything from a person to an organization, they still lack in many ways. Biased judgments, negligence, tiredness, need for sleep, and wage disputes lead human security capabilities flawed. These security vulnerabilities are now mitigated by the advent of unmanned security measures and devices like automated doors, robots, and drones.

Where guards need to be paid regularly for their services, drones provide security with a one-time installment of purchasing and configuration. Eventually, they offer a highly cost-effective and more reliable security measure. Self-driving cars improve the safety of passengers significantly. Drones help in finding vulnerabilities of an area that can be missed by humans by providing a 3D perspective. Securities now use drones to monitor roofs and high places. Drones have also been resourceful in emergency relief situations, like providing aid to hurricane-stricken areas and fires of California.

However, there are risks in relying on drones. They are still prone to cyber-attacks and have been reported to be used to send sensitive information to other countries. Due to system failure or frequency interference, one can lose control of drones. Their limited battery life also poses as one of the problems hindering their adaption on a global scale.

Despite the risks, the number of registered and certified drone operators has only increased. Debates are raging on about implementing Drone ID, which would be crucial in Unmanned Traffic Monitoring (UTM). GIS data integration with drone technology also opens up new pathways to innovations in unmanned security technology.

To help business providers select promising unmanned security solution providers, Cyber Security Review presents The Top 10 Unmanned Security Solution Providers - 2019.

    Top Unmanned Security Solution Companies

  • Cape was founded in 2014 with a simple objective: to build software that unleashes the true potential of commercial drones. It achieved its dream through Cape Aerial Telepresence (CAT). CAT is an online cloud-based platform that allows remote control of a drone from anywhere in the world. Its user-friendliness enables users with almost zero drone-operating training to log into the platform via their devices. The platform assures both the safety of the user and the cost-effectiveness of the operation

    www.cape.com

  • Plymouth Rock Technologies (PRT), with over a century of cumulative experience, understands security screening and threat detection better than most players in the market. The company has developed exclusive Intellectual Property(IP) to address the growing challenges in security screening and threat detection space. Unlike other security service providers who still work on the somewhat obsolete X-ray scanning technologies, PRT leverages a compact, RF sensor-based UAV called Millimetre Remote Imaging from Airborne Drone (MIRIAD)

    plyrotech.com

  • Skyfront is an aerospace company came to existence to defeat the challenges of poor battery life of the aerospace Industry. The company provide their long endurance and fully featured drones at an affordable cost. Skyfront’s technology enables commercial drone applications like package delivery, search and rescue missions, precision agriculture on large farms, and infrastructure inspection, which have largely been unattainable due to range and endurance limitations. With a vision to enhance the unmanned security, Skyfront is continuously competing constraints in endurance, efficiency, and safety

    skyfront.com

  • AeroVironment

    AeroVironment

    AeroVironment's is an unmanned security solution provider company, houses scientists and engineers who create innovative solutions to many difficult security, energy and infrastructure management challenges. But as remarkable as the products are, it's the actionable intelligence they provide their customers that most clearly defines them. AeroVironment’s specialized UAS delivers critical intelligence and high precision strike capabilities with unparallel flexibility and capability, that ultimately determines the difference between failure and success of a mission

  • Fortem Technologies

    Fortem Technologies

    Fortem Technologies is the leader in airspace awareness, safety and security for a drone world. Fortem digitizes the airpace across venues, campuses, cities and entire regions to secure no-fly-zones autonomously. This level of airspace awareness will enable a drone economy to thrive with the implementation of drone delivery services, air taxis and more. Based in Pleasant Grove, UT, the company is privately held and backed by DCVC, Boeing, Signia Venture Partners, Mubadala Investment Company, and others. Fortem earned the fourth spot within the Transportation category, held by General Motors last year

  • Macatawa Unmanned Systems

    Macatawa Unmanned Systems

    Macatawa Unmanned is a veteran owned company working within the unmanned space since early 2016. Theyfocus on helping businesses and government agencies develop unmanned capabilities at expert levels. They ensure organizations get the products and services by understanding their constraints & limitations. The team of experts includes Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) mechanics, system operators, trainers, and integrators. With nine years developing unmanned training for the U.S. Army, three years of experience with large municipality’s development of sUAS programs, and over nine years training unmanned systems Macatawa Unmanned is a industry leader

  • Nightingale Security

    Nightingale Security

    Nightingale Security is a pioneer in Robotic Aerial Security (RAS).The RAS system is a combination of drones, base stations and software working together to provide autonomous, 24x7 physical security using real-time aerial surveillance cameras and data gathering sensors. The service is based on a monthly service fee / annual contract – Robot as a Service (RaaS). Customers don’t buy or maintain anything; Nightingale Security provides an end-to-end solution for a monthly fee over an annual contract. They also provide comprehensive, industrial Maintenance, Repair and Upgrade (MRU) support—which includes everything needed to keep the system operational

  • Oshkosh Defense

    Oshkosh Defense

    Oshkosh Defense is a leading provider of tactical wheeled vehicles and life cycle sustainment services. For decades Oshkosh has been mobilizing military and security forces around the globe by offering a full portfolio of heavy, medium, light and highly protected military vehicles to supportcustomers’ missions. In addition, Oshkosh offers advanced technologies and vehicle components such as TAK-4® independent suspension systems, TerraMax® unmanned ground vehicle solutions, Command Zone™ integrated control and diagnostics system, and ProPulse® diesel electric and on-board vehicle power solutions, to provide our customers with a technical edge as they fulfill their missions. Every Oshkosh vehicle is backed by a team of defense industry experts and complete range of sustainment and training services to optimize fleet readiness and performance

  • Planck Aerosystems

    Planck Aerosystems

    Planck Aerosystems, a technology company, develops specialized drone technology that offers the ability to operate autonomously from a moving vehicle or vessel on land or at sea. Planck Aero designs, develops, builds, and deploys advanced drone navigation solutions that unlock new opportunities and enhances capabilities for surveillance, reconnaissance, real-time situational awareness, and force protection.Planck’s computer vision and artificial intelligence are enabling the next generation of drone autonomy

  • Sensofusion

    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. The latest version of the solution known asAIRFENCE 6.0 dramatically improves and upgrades Sensofusion's capabilities to detect and safely negate dangerous and potentially life-threatening situations caused by rogue drones

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