Intercepting hostile drones using birds of prey

Safe, Quick & Accurate

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Mitigate the sUAS threat

Drones(sUAS) can be used for many positive purposes. Unfortunately, drones are also used for malicious intent. For example to carry out (terrorist) attacks by dropping explosive payloads. The number of drone incidents worldwide has increased exponentially in recent years.

Deploy birds of prey

We have been working in C-sUAS since 2013. Guard From Above is the world’s first company to use birds of prey to intercept unwanted drones. Safe, fast and effective. We have over 30 years experience in training birds of prey.

Our mission is to help our clients to mitigate hostile drones to keep their staff and assets safe.

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Tailored C-sUAS set of solutions

Based on your specific client request we tailor a set of sUAS countermeasures. We use a step by step process to tailor the best C-sUAS solutions for you.

 

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Military

Counter UAS solutions (C-UAS)

We are working with our military clients to set up their own Bird of Prey capability to counter hostile drones, for example on Force Protection. Next to our regular Birdhandler Training Program in The Netherlands we can tailor a custom training program on our clients site abroad. Combining C-UAS Birds of Prey with other C-UAS solutions is also possible. If needed we can also supply operators.

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Law Enforcement

Counter UAS solutions (C-UAS)

We are working closely with a number of international Law Enforcement agencies on building their own C-UAS Bird of Prey capability. In most cases this will be for providing static operation deployment on high-risk client sites like airfields, prisons, dignitary residences or public events. Our C-UAS Bird of Prey capability was developed together and tested by the Dutch National Police and is now operational

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Every location and potential target is unique.

After a preliminary threat analysis, we will help you to select the best suitable C-UAS solutions. When that solution is using C-UAS Birds of Prey, we carry out a site survey, during which our specialized team will check the location on access points, obstacles and best positions to deploy the birds. In most cases this will be a static position on the high ground, guard tower or on the roof of a building. We will assist you in all steps needed to build you own C-UAS Capability tailored to your needs.

When deployed at a location, a GFA certified Team (bird handler and bird of prey) will report to the Force Protection Unit or Protective Services Detail (PSD), which can also deploy additional C-UAS tools (e.g. additional means of Drone Detection or Electronic Counter Measures). Rules Of Engagement (ROE) and follow-up procedures after interception of a hostile drone are set, after which the team is ready.

We have been researching and collecting intelligence on drone-incidents around the world from 2013.

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Keep your airspace drone safe!

Get in touch today to find you how we can help you to mitigate

the threat that sUAS can pose for your staff and assets!