SKYPERION supplements existing security systems for stronger protection of government interests

UAVs are easy to acquire and operate, providing enemies with new and creative ways to penetrate highly secure environments. Mobility and low visibility make them useful tools in missions against government interests. They can be used for physical harm, harassment, or reconnaissance, posing danger to restricted property or classified information. SKYPERION can be used by law enforcement, military and government facilities to reinforce their defence against hostile forces.


  • Identify and geo-locate consumer UAVs AND the
  • Provide real-time monitoring and instant alerts
  • Integrate with existing security operations
  • Help safeguard public safety, sensitive information, physical facilities, critical technologies, and weapons and artillery
  • Retain alert data for use as digital evidence in legal proceedings


Government facilities are logical targets for espionage and terrorism. A single intrusion could have devastating effects on national security, public health or public safety. SKYPERION’s technology compliments existing security systems at government sites. These facilities can use SKYPERION’s added protection for more thorough surveillance, helping them more effectively neutralize potential threats.

Law Enforcement

Law enforcement recognize the wide range of uses for drone technology in crime. Detection is an important part of their response to drones attempting to disrupt, disable or illegally monitor law enforcement operations. SKYPERION can help police guard against espionage or sabotage with early detection of suspicious drone presence.

Homeland Security

The Home Office recognises the potential for drone use in missions to undermine our national security.  Criminals and terrorists can use UAVs to monitor security operations, capture sensitive information, or transport and detonate destructive payloads. SKYPERION can provide security operations with early identification of drones that threaten the security of our nation.

Last modified: November 1, 2016

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