New Product : SENID+
What is SENID+?
SENID+ is a drone detection system that utilizes signal analysis to detect and locate commercial drones within a radius of 25 km. The system is able to detect the signals emitted by drones and their remote controls, allowing it to effectively identify and track common commercial drones in the area.
SENID+ was designed, developed, and assembled at our own facilities in Belgium.
Detection & Localization
Our SENID+ sensor is able to detect drones and determine the location of the drone's takeoff point and track its trajectory.
Using a combination of optimized hardware and intelligent algorithms, our SENID+ sensor is able to detect drones up to 25 km away!
Using Remote ID to identify cooperative drones will help to distinguish legitimate drones from potentially malicious ones.
The SENID+ is designed to be compact and easy to install, allowing it to be up and running within 10 minutes.
By developing and assembling the SENID+ in-house, we were able to keep costs to a minimum and make the sensor as affordable as possible.
Ensuring a seamless integration of all components is essential for creating a fully effective solution to protect your facility.
Plug & play
SENID+ is a plug-and-play solution that can save time and resources and makes it easier to upgrade or expand the system in the future.
Type of sensor
Passive RF detection
DJI, Yuneec, Parrot, ...
Range (rural, open, environment)
up to 25 km
Range (urban and saturated RF environment)
up to 10 km
Ingress protection level
Omnidirectional (sector/directional available as an option)
< 100 W
< 10 kg / 20 lbs
Mobile and fixed versions available
Which drones can SENID+ detect?
Currently, we can detect DJI, Parrot, and Yuneec drones. Our team is working hard to add drones from other brands like Autel and Hubsan, but also FPV drones.
What is the range of a SENID+?
Our SENID+ sensors are capable of detecting drones up to 25 km depending on the environment and line-of-sight. Typically we see ranges up to 25 km in rural, open terrain, and up to 10 km in urban and RF-complex environments.
Where & how does the SENID+ needs to be installed?
There are a few key factors to consider when installing RF sensors:Signal strength: RF sensors should be placed in an area where the signal strength is strong enough for the sensor to accurately detect and measure the electromagnetic field. Usually, this means installing the antennas as high as possible, with a clear line of sight. Interference: RF sensors can be affected by other sources of RF radiation, such as cell phones or other electronic devices. To minimize interference, it is important to locate the sensor away from these sources.
Which versions of the SENID+ exist?
Currently, we have two versions: SEN-ID+ fixed and SEN-ID+ mobile. With the fixed version you will get the sensor, the antennas, mounting brackets, and the Computing Module. The mobile version is delivered with a (rugged) laptop (or tablet) instead of the Computing Module. We're planning on developing other versions (backpack, rugged case, ...) in the coming weeks, but don't hesitate to already ask us about these developments!
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