EnforceAir Counter Drone Software program Improve
D-Fend Solutions Introduces Upgrade to EnforceAir C-UAS Software
by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby
Today, Counter-UAS technology leader D-Fend Solutions announced the release of Version 23.03 of its EnforceAirsoftware.
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The upgrade introduces a host of new features, such as enhanced core drone takeover capabilities and coverage, enhanced Remote ID functionality, new Reporting and Analysis features, and upgraded information sharing for the SAPIENT C-UAS standard.
Version 23.03 includes an update to EnforceAir’s cyber detection and mitigation methods, with new detection, identification and mitigation capabilities for over 20 new drones from leading manufacturers, as well as enhanced coverage of popular drones with high threat grades. EnforceAir’s Remote ID functionality has also been improved, with long range support for the detection, identification and tracking of drones and add-on modules compliant with US, EU and Japanese standards.
These capabilities are further strengthened with enhanced situational awareness, including seamless merger and data enrichment of Remote ID broadcasted data.
The Remote ID data layer will now be embedded in all EnforceAir products and configurations, including tactical deployment configuration and networked MSC2 system, featuring real time display, API and analysis and replay abilities.
EnforceAir’s data analysis capabilities are also being enhanced, with new reporting abilities that take advantage of the replay feature, as well as a new drone activity overview report, the first in a series of new reports and analyses.
Additionally, the program will now support information sharing with external C2 systems using SAPIENT, the Sensing for Asset Protection with Integrated Electronic Network Technology standard from the UK MoD.
EnforceAir’s API has also been updated to share more drone information elements to other systems while being leveraged as part of an integrated defense solution. The system APIs will undergo periodic updates going forward, guaranteeing effective and holistic data sharing with connected, multi-layered C2 systems.
Ian attended Dominican University of California, where he received a BA in English in 2019. With a lifelong passion for writing and storytelling and a keen interest in technology, he is now contributing to DroneLife as a staff writer.
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