What is Drone Aviation ResponseSystem (DAR)?

Imagine an artificially intelligent response system that detects, identifies and tracks small objects,
redirecting them from aircraft flight paths to ensure safe flight.
DAR does it!

What DAR™ Is

Drone Aviation Response System (DAR™) is our patent-pending AI-enabled smart system that uses our Avoid and Control Algorithm System™ (ACAS™) to enable each aircraft to self-traffic manage to keep the flight path unobstructed. DAR™ includes Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) and fits into aircraft avionics systems to protect aircraft from drones and enables law enforcement and first responders to control them. DAR™ is comprised of hardware, software, firmware and proprietary algorithms that can detect, acquire and remove drones from aircraft flight paths as far as ten miles away to ensure safe, collision-free flight.  DAR™  with ACAS™ can be customized to fit any aircraft. It  can work in single aircraft and communicate with other aircraft and land or marine fixtures to create secure airspaces. It can also integrate into smart city infrastructures and other traffic management systems. DAR™ is a component of the Drone Defense System™ (DDS™) technology suite of products and technologies to safeguard properties, equipment, vehicles and people in land, sea and air environments.

DAR™ is a proactive system that assigns threat levels and behaviors to drones by range and authorization levels at one mile, five miles and ten mile marks.  DAR™ has a range of behaviors that can be customized to client specifications and it works via AI, so that when more than one system is installed, they will communicate information, thus increasing range and accuracy.

What DAR™ Does

DAR Prevents Collisions Between Drones and Aircraft

DAR™ scans airspace to detect small flying objects as small as a bird and pinpoint the heartbeat of that flying object. Like a radar, it detects and IDs flying objects in its flight path. Unlike normal radar, DAR™  proactively Intercepts, Acquires, Controls and Removes intruding objects from the Aircraft flight path. It does this by using  proprietary algorithms, sensors, firmware and devices that work in unison by acquiring and controlling Drones that intrude within Aircraft Airspace.

DAR Has A Range of Up To 10 Miles

Drones are removed from Aircraft airspace “ClearSpace Zones” created by DAR™. These are three-dimensional zones which create a barrier between Aircraft and Drones. ClearSpace Zones are defined by a three-dimensional radius from less than 1 mile, to 5 miles, and up to 10 miles away. In these ranges, DAR™ uses proprietary components within its Signature Acquisition Value Electronics (SAVE) which triggers behaviors to make intruding Drones vulnerable and controllable, eliminating the threat of collision by removing them from the Aircraft’s Airspace, creating “ClearSpace,” the unobstructed Aircraft flight path. Each DAR™ system has a range of up to 10 miles. When more than one system is within range they communicate and increase protection areas.

DAR Detects Bird-Sized Objects

DAR can detect signature values of objects as small as birds from as far as ten miles away, then intercept, acquire and clear the flight path for aircraft, ensuring safe flight.

DAR Fits and Integrates into Avionics Systems

DAR™ includes ADS-B, which all planes will be required to have by 2020 to comply with the FAA 2020 ADS-B mandate. DAR™ will fit current and future avionics systems on all aircraft and can be added as a stand-alone apparatus that works with tablets and other mobile devices.  The system will be available for all models of aircraft.

DAR Creates Drone Smart Cities and Facilitates Next-Gen Air Traffic Management

With DAR™ integrated into a city or town’s first-response and law enforcement systems, safe and secure next-generation air traffic will become a reality. Rogue drones will not be able to interfere with first-response activities. Control of rogue drones that have been mitigated by aircraft is handed over to law enforcement with the ability to ground or contain them using our  hardware and software-agnostic applications.

350,000
Registered Aircraft in the U.S.
6,000
Aircraft In Flight At Any Given Time
2.5 Million
Drones Sold In 2016
1.2 Million
Drones Given As Holiday Gifts In 2016
Drone Aviation Radar Simulation

Without DAR™, it’s Drone Roulette.