SENID Cooperative drone detection

A passive sensor enabling you to manage your lower airspace and create a safer place!

What is SENID?

SENID is a sensor that allows you to get a clear understanding of what is happening in your airspace by detecting and locating all cooperative drones and aircraft

Why Choose For SEN-ID?

Remote ID

Identify and track drones in flight, which can be useful for safety, security, and regulatory purposes.Compatible with the latest EASA, French, and ASTM standards.

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Providing real-time situational awareness to enhance surveillance of aircraft in flight above and around your facility. 


SENID helps you to safely conduct beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) flights by giving you a detailed understanding of the airspace around your drone. 

Integration UTM/ATM

SENID is already compatible with a number of UTM/ATM systems or can be adapted to your systems with our API. 

What will the SENID detect and localize?


Detection & localization of all drones equipped with remote ID.

Manned aviation (ADS-B)

Detection and localization of aircraft equipped with ADS-B transponders. 

Mode-S & MLAT

Detection of aircraft equipped with Mode-S transponders and localization thanks to MLAT.

Use cases


Our SENID sensors provide additional safety and security during BVLOS flights by allowing you to monitor the airspace and make informed decisions that can help to mitigate risks and prevent accidents.

    Package delivery
    Medical transports

Geozone Managers

Our solution helps you to get a clearer picture of what is happening in your airspace and makes it easier to manage.

    Critical infrastructure
    Cities & municipalities 

Airports & aerodromes

SENID can help an airport to better manage its airspace and ensure the safety, security, and efficiency of its operations.

    Small airports
    International airports
    Drone ports
    Vertiports (eVTOL)

Here is a list of some of the projects we have completed in the past:

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Port authority/Geozone Manager

Port of Antwerp-Bruges

The Port of Antwerp-Bruges wanted sensors to keep track of their airspace, with a particular focus on drones. Our sensors allow them to monitor their airspace in real time, including drones, aircraft, and helicopters. This helps them to ensure the safety and security of their airspace.

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U-space provider / UTM platform


Skeydrone is a company that provides services for the management of drone traffic in urban areas. They needed ground sensors to enhance the information and understanding of their solutions. They are using our sensors at various critical locations, such as airports and ports, as well as for beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) flights.

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Aerodrone/Geozone Manager


Droneport is a unique location where both manned and unmanned aircraft coexist. In order to ensure the safety of all users, it was necessary to find a way to monitor and understand the airspace. SENID provides a solution by giving users a comprehensive overview of the airspace, enabling them to make informed decisions and ensure safety. Droneport is a unique setting where manned and unmanned aviation form an ecosystem. But in order to guarantee safety for all users, they were looking for a solution to get an overview of airspace.

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BVLOS drone flights


SENID sensors were positioned strategically to scan the airspace above the inspection area for any type of air traffic. All aircraft, including medical helicopters, skydiving teams, passenger planes, and military flights operating in the vicinity of the inspection area were continuously monitored. Whenever any intrusions into the wider security perimeter were detected, alerts were sent to the operator. This allowed the operator to be notified of any potential risks that could impact the secure execution of the operation.

Specifications - SENID

Type of sensor

Passive RF detection


2.4 GHz, 1090 MHz (optional: 868 MHz, 161 & 162 MHz)

RID Standards


Range (drones)

up to 5 km

Range (ADS-B, Mode-S)

up to 250 km

Ingress protection level

IP 67


Omnidirectional (sector/directional available as an option)

Power consumption

< 30 W


< 4kg / 8 lbs


Mobile and fixed versions available


  • Which (type of) drone will I see with SENID?

    All drones that are equipped with an electronic remote ID onboard. This can be implemented by the manufacturer (e.g. Parrot, DJI, Yuneec, ...) or with an external transponder. In most regions, this will soon be mandatory for all commercial drones above a specific (take-off) weight. 

  • What is the difference between cooperative and non-cooperative drones?

    Cooperative drones are unmanned aircraft that are able to communicate with other systems, such as air traffic control or other drones. This allows them to share information about their location, altitude, and other relevant data, which can be used to improve safety and efficiency.

    Non-cooperative drones, on the other hand, are unmanned aircraft that do not communicate with other systems. This makes it more difficult to detect and track them, which can pose a safety risk and increase the difficulty of managing airspace. Non-cooperative drones may also be more difficult to detect and identify, which can make it harder to ensure the security of the airspace. So, we suggest that in a lot of cases a non-cooperative detection solution is needed. 

  • My drone is not equipped with a remote ID. What should I do?

    If you have a recent model of a commercial drone, like DJI or Parrot, then a firmware update will do the trick. Otherwise, you can purchase a transponder through us or one of our certified partners. 

  • What types of aircraft can SENID detect?

    All aircraft that are equipped with ADS-B or Mode-S transponders. In most regions, these transponders are mandatory (or mandatory in certain flight areas). Optional we can add a FLARM module to also detect aircraft and gliders. 

  • What is MLAT?

    Multilateration (MLAT) is a method used to determine the position of an object using the difference in the time it takes for a signal to be received by a number of receivers (at least 3). It is commonly used in air traffic control and other applications where it is necessary to accurately determine the position of an object in real-time. In the context of air traffic control, MLAT can be used to track the position of aircraft and other objects in the airspace, which helps to improve safety and efficiency.

  • Can I detect remote ID drones with only one SENID sensor?


  • Can cameras be steered by SENID in order to track Remote ID drones or aircraft?

    Yes, if the drone or aircraft is equipped with Remote-ID, ADS-B, or other cooperative identification methods, or if it is detected by one of our other solutions with high precision, it can be tracked.

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