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Friday, January 30, 2015 - 14:08
Washington D.C.
Via NBC News: Products like Drone Shield look for the acoustic signature of small drones and give real-time alerts when one is near your property. In the middle of busy Washington D.C., it might have trouble picking out sounds, but luckily drones are so loud that the Secret Service should be able...
Drone Shield
Friday, January 30, 2015 - 14:06
Washington D.C.
Via WTOP:  Brian Hearing, of D.C.-based DroneShield, says the White House breach is raising more questions about regulating drone activity. “Now, anybody can hover over your neighbor’s fence and take pictures,” Hearing says. That includes the president’s fence. Hearing’s company was...
Friday, January 30, 2015 - 14:04
Washington D.C.
Via The Washington Post:  Brian Hearing, co-founder of Drone Shield, a Washington-based company that helps private clients detect the presence of drones, said many people in the industry had been bracing for an event like Monday’s. “We always suspected that a high-profile event like...
Friday, January 30, 2015 - 14:03
Washington D.C.
Via The Wall Street Journal: DroneShield LLC, based in Washington, sells systems that detect incoming drones using microphones and alert the system’s users. The company has installed about 200 systems world-wide over the past 18 months, including around prisons, government buildings and...
Friday, January 30, 2015 - 13:59
Washington D.C.
Via The New York Times: Brian Hearing, a founder of Droneshield L.L.C., which makes drone detection systems for prisons and nuclear facilities, said radar systems are effectively useless for catching such small drones. If the systems were set to be sensitive enough to detect the drones, they...