Prisons are another facilities where misuse of drones can pose significant dangers. Illegal delivery of weapons, drugs, cell phones and smuggling of contraband are just some of the issues prisons need to face. The penitentiary system, in the absence of protection against drones, virtually loses the ability to to maintaining the highest standard of security. 

benefits for prison protection segment

  • Ctrl+Sky gives you the ability to extend control over the prisoners
  • The system operates continuously, so the protected area is under constant surveillance
  • Ctrl+Sky provides a “dome” of protection and has no blind zones
  • Provides the option of immediate neutralization of drones
  • Ctrl+Sky also allows you to record the process from detection to neutralization of the drone, thus providing hard evidence of the threat.

Ctrl+Sky places a “protective umbrella” over a specified area and denies undetected entry to the drone, thereby increasing the security of protected facilities. An immediate alarm goes off when the system detects an intrusion which allows for quick and effective neutralisation. This prevents potential risks and improves safety.

This multi + sensor approach ensures it can operate in all-weather conditions and optimal configuration make the Ctrl+Sky the most effective drone detection, identification and neutralisation system.


Examples of dangerous incidents involving drones

Scottish gang films themselves as they prepare to fly drugs into prison

In a less than genius move, a Scottish gang filmed themselves with the drone they were going to use to fly drugs into prison.

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Ten sentenced for smuggling drugs into prisons by drones

The ringleader of a gang who smuggled drugs and phones into prisons using drones has been jailed for seven years and two months.

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Contraband seized following drone drop

A drone suspected of smuggling hundreds of illegal pills into a New South Wales maximum security prison has been caught on camera making a night time drop-off.

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