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04. October 2017
Axis Communications Brazil, a leader in the video camera market, Dedrone, the leaders in airspace security and developers of the ?rst drone detection software platform,, and TechShield, a Latin American Dedrone reseller, announce today the inauguration of their permanent Show Room at the Axis Central Office in São Paulo. Dedrone’s proprietary software, DroneTracker, is fully compatible with the Axis camera and sensor suite. In Latin America, TechShield is an official integrator of the two company’s technologies, representing the interests of each company and their custmers. By connecting Axis cameras with Dedrone’s solution, customers will have an affordable and complete airspace securitysystem.
"Dedrone partnered with Axis to ensure our customers can access the best sensors and combine it with world-leading drone detection software," said Robson Augusto, Dedrone Sales Manager for Latin America.
"While our software platform works with any sensor, our partnership with Axis allows our customers to easily access the solution through their existing security program, and take advantage of Dedrone’s advanced video analytics. Axis is a market leader in cameras and sensors, and is aligned with Dedrone’s mission to deliver complete air safety around the world."
Dedrone provides a complete, automatic drone detection and security solution.
The Dedrone software connects to a radio frequency (RF) and Wi-Fi sensor and then uses Axis cameras and sensors to receive the video feed from a customer's airspace. The data collected from these sensors are then analyzed to determine if a drone has entered the protected area and its location. A powerful machine learning platform, Dedrone continually updates the software and ensures that its passive detection hardware is the first to find all drone threats. When an unauthorized drone enters protected airspace, the software automatically sends an alert and can deploy a protection measure. By investing in each other's programs, both Axis and Dedrone offer a worldwide network of customers the best in camera service and drone surveillance.
"We realized that with Dedrone's technology we would be ready to offer a complete solution, expanding the protection of a perimeter, to a three-dimensional protection where today's airspace is vulnerable to the presence of drones," said Paulo Santos, Corporate Solutions Manager at Axis to South America.
"Techshield is a pioneer in airspace protection beyond the fence and enables its customers to move from perimeter protection - today made with CCTV systems and fences - to three-dimensional protection of their facilities including the prevention of cybersecurity, which increase exponentially with the growth of the presence of drones. We have added all the necessary know-how for this: from the project that best suits the needs of customers, through the implementation, support and maintenance of the equipment, and can also offer the entire system as a service (SSAS). Utilizing Axis network cameras as optical sensors for our system, it enables us to use the video recognition feature that can locate drones within a kilometer of the protected area," adds TechShield CEO (Dedrone Reseller for America Latin), Gustavo Vicentini.
For more information on Dedrone visit www.dedrone.com
Dedrone is the market and technology leader in airspace security. The Dedrone platform combines hardware sensors and machine-learning software, providing early warning, classification of, and mitigation against all drone threats. Based in San Francisco, Dedrone was founded in 2014 and is backed by investors including Felicis Ventures, Menlo Ventures, and John Chambers, former CEO of Cisco Systems.