stationary

Ctrl+Sky Stationary is designed to permanently protect a defined area. The Ctrl+Sky Stationary design is based on a high, stable mast that is installed in the optimum location for the best possible operation of the system. In the Stationary system, different types of cameras are used, depending on clients’ needs. Alternatively, the CCTV cameras already installed and used on the client’s object can be integrated with Ctrl+Sky system. Also included in the Ctrl+Sky Stationary is the server unit (processor unit) that is used to process the data and manage the entire system. The server unit can be located as far as 100 meters from the sensor mast.

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detailed description of Ctrl+Sky Stationary components 

camera tailored individually to the needs of the recipient integrated with proprietary software for image analysis and detection / identification of drones

sensor selected individually to the needs of customers, available in three versions

acoustic sensor
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rf sensor
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dual acoustic / rf sensor
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FMCW radar for detection, identification and tracking of drones
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serwer box

components


radar

  • Proprietary FMCW radar for detection, identification and tracking of drones
  • Advanced MHT (Multiple Hypothesis Tracking) radar tracker 
  • Multiple-Input-Multiple-Output (MIMO) technology for improved performance 
  • All-in-one solution with built-in radar processor for easy integration
  • All-electronics approach, no mechanical moving parts
Detection Range up to 2000 m, depending on drone size and output power
Beamwidth 900 – 3600 azimuth, 200 – 400 elevation (modular solution)
Range resolution 1-4 m (programmable)
Radar Tracker Multiple Hypothesis Tracking (MHT) 
Frequency 10.5 – 10.6 GHz (optional 9,5-10,8 GHz)
Output RF power 0.5 W or 2 W 
Size (W x D x H) 0.35 m x 0.1 m x 0.8 m
Weight 12 kg
Power consumption 100 W
Power supply 24 V
Communication Ethernet
Ingress Protection rating IP 66

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dual acoustic / RF sensor

  • Integrated RF and acoustic sensors in a single enclosure 
  • Detection and identification of drones based on RF and acoustic signal signatures
  • Robust operation in urban areas
  • RF sensor – captures drone’s and operator’s radio transmissions
  • Acoustic sensor – unique direction-finding capability using digital beamforming technique 
  • Automatic calibration to adjust to operational conditions 
Detection Range up to 800 m for RF sensor
up to 200 m for acoustic sensor
Angle coverage Omni-directional operation
RF Sensor WiFi (2.4 GHz, 5.8 GHz); optional other bands
Acoustic Sensor 8-microphone array
Size (W x D x H)
0.35 m x 0.35 m x 0.35 m
Weight 8 kg
Power consumption 60 W
Power supply 24 V
Communication Ethernet
Ingress Protection rating IP 66

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Acoustic sensor

  • Acoustic sensor for detection and tracking of drones
  • Multi-sensor digital beamforming technique to identify drones direction
  • Machine learning based classification algorithms for precise identification of drones
  • Automatic calibration to adjust to operational conditions
  • Robust operation in urban environment
Detection Range up to 200 m
Angle coverage Omni-directional operation
Acoustic Sensor 8-microphone array
Size (W x D x H)
0.35 m x 0.35 m x 0.35 m
Weight 7 kg
Power consumption 60 W
Power supply 24 V
Communication Ethernet
Outdoor weather rating
IP 66

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RF sensor

  • Passive sensing of radio frequency (RF) signals 
  • Detection, identification and neutralization of drones based on RF signatures
  • Robust operation in urban areas
  • Captures drone and operator transmissions, localizes operator, blocks drones
  • Automatic calibration to adjust to operational environment
Detection Range up to 800 m
Antenna type omni-directional (basic), directional (optional)
RF Sensor
WiFi (2.4 GHz, 5.8 GHz); other bands optional
Size (W x D x H)
0.35 m x 0.35 m x 0.35 m
Weight 6 kg
Power consumption 60 W
Power supply 24 V
Communication Ethernet
Ingress Protection rating
IP 66

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