A new, ubiquitous drone Remote ID network is being rolled out in Singapore. The island nation plans to deploy 50 drone tracking sensors across its entire land area by the end of 2024.

According to UK-based airspace management company Drone Defence Services, which has been roped in to prove the technical viability of a wide-area sensor network, the pilot phase involves the installation of three AeroSentry Zero drone detection sensors at trial sites. 

Following this, phase one will see several Remote ID sensors being deployed across Singapore’s southern region, with phase two focusing on the northern part and phase three covering the central area. The project is being run in conjunction with telecom company Metropolitan Wireless International.

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Drone Defence explains the ground-based infrastructure approach will be combined with its cloud-based airspace monitoring system AeroTracker…


Source: dronedj.com