Intercepting hostile drones

Drones are here to stay. We are convinced that drones will change the world as we know it in a positive way. Drones can be used by companies and private persons for good and innovative ways. They represent 95% of the drone users.

But….sadly there are also people with bad intentions that want to use drones for bad. Drone users who want to use drones as criminal or terrorist tools. Of course there are also people with good intentions who are flying drones in places where they can pose a danger for the public(airfields, Public events).

Our focus is on the 5% of the (bad) drone users.

We are using birds of prey to intercept hostile drones and to make the world safer

How we use birds of prey to intercept bad drones

Not every location has the same threat of drones.

A drone doesn’t have be a threat at all. Is a drone carrying a HD-camera? This could be a threat but doesn’t always have to pose a threat. Our first step is always to do a Threat analysis.

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Our products/services

  • Guard and protection duty (on site) (The Netherlands)
  • GFA Certified Birds of prey (buy your own GFA trained bird)
  • GFA Certified Birdhandler Training Program (train your staff to handle our GFA trained birds)
  • Consultancy services (C-UAV specialist knowledge and client specific questions)

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Date: April 18th 2017

2017 Bird handler Training Program Class started

After a pre-assesment of the candidates a number of government candidates have started the 2017 class in our Bird handler Training Program.

In our Bird handler Training Program we are training staff from (mostly) international law enforcement, miltary units en Private security companies to work with GFA-certfified birds of prey and to deploy them operationally to counter unwanted drones. The training program is based on over 25 years of training birds of prey and contains theoretical class sessions, practical sessions working with our birds and group sessions.

This 20-day training program will take place in The Netherlands and in most cases we will also do some additional on the job training on-site with our clients. On special request we also can provide custom made training programs for our clients.

Good luck to this new class of Bird Handlers in training!


Date: 18-26th March  2017

US Business trip Guard From Above (Maryland- Washington DC)

In cooperation with The Hague Security Delta (HSD), InnovationQuarter, BWTech and the American Embassy to the Netherlands, the Maryland Department of Commerce was launching the Soft Landing Program Security Technologies NL/USA (Maryland). This program allows dutch small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to have the ability to establish new customers and partnerships in the US market, possibly leading to a permanent presence in the United States.

The Soft Landing Program is designed to assist companies to carry out international business development in a new foreign market through support and incubation facilities for a trial period between 1st of January and 31st of March 2017. This allows companies to establish customers and partnerships, leading to the possibility of establishing a permanent presence in the foreign market of either Maryland (greater Washington DC) or West Holland (Province of Zuid-Holland).

Guard From Above traveled to the US from the 18th- 26th of March in this program to meet with current and future customers and to explore partnerships. There were several very good high-level meetings and some time to also explore ways to work together with our fellow Soft-landing company and C-UAV detection specialist Robin Radar.

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Date: 19-23 Februari  2017

IDEX 2017 International Defence Exhibition and Conference

A partner of Guard From Above was present at the IDEX 2017 show in Abu Dahbi UAE. A lot of interesting contacts were made and future collaborations are being explored.


Date: Februari  2017

French Airforce copies Guard From Above idea

In 2016 a delegation of the French Police and Military visited Guard From Above. In Februari 2017 they made the news that they also have started to train birds of prey to intercept hostile drones. Great Idea guys!

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Date: December 9th 2016

Guard From Above at Innovation day Dutch National Police

December 9th Guard From Above was invited by the Dutch National Police to expo at the 2016 Innovation day at the Police Academy.

Besides the expo, Guard From Above also demonstrated several drone interceptions with the Eagles from Guard From Above and one of the Police Eagles in training with Guard From Above.


Date: December  2016

International Law enforcement Delegation visit

In December a number of international Law enforcement officials visited Guard From Above to explore ways to work together on countering drones.

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Date: October 22th 2016

Guard From Above at Security conference Outside IN

October 22th Guard From Above was invited by The Ministry of Security and Justice to expo at the event Outside IN. Over a 1000 participants form science, public and private organisations with a passion for security came together to experience innovation and to explore ways to collaborate.

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Date: October 11th 2016

Guard From Above invited at Law enforcement event

October 11th Guard From Above was invited by the Dutch Law enforcement community to expo at an event were special innovative new security solutions were presented.


Date: Oktober 1st 2016

Dutch National Police Safety-day (Amsterdam-Team Amstel)

Guard From Above was present at the Safety-day for Team Citycentre/Amstel of the Dutch National Police in Amsterdam.

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2595AN The Hague – The Netherlands
(HSD Campus)

Sjoerd Hoogendoorn

About Guard From Above

Guard From Above is the first company in the world to use birds of prey to intercept hostile drones.