DroneShield has released the latest version of its DroneSentry-C2 Command-and-Control counter-drone software. The company is calling v8.0.0 a “major update” since it contains new sensor integrations as well as performance and security improvements including patches for zero-day vulnerabilities and bug fixes.

According to Angus Bean, DroneShield’s chief technology officer, the software update incorporates a substantial amount of end-user feedback. Bean says:

This software update enhances all facets of the DroneSentry-C2 system including user experience, performance, security, and the number of integrated sensors and effectors. DroneShield is uniquely positioned as a bleeding edge technology manufacturer of individual sensors, as well as a systems integrator, enabling our team to optimize the ecosystem experience for our end users.

Here’s what to expect from v8.0.0 of DroneShield’s counter-drone software:

Integration of additional FLIR Thermal…


Source: dronedj.com