Presented by Convergint and AeroDefense

An increase in drones flown by clueless, careless, and criminal pilots requires organizations across industries to look beyond their typical physical security controls and evaluate drone detection technology to protect people and property.

While a drone detection system that consistently, accurately, and proactively locates both the drone and pilot is the foundation of an effective drone security program for many organizations, it is equally important to fully explore objectives and desired outcomes before technology deployment for the best result. Objectives may vary by facility, region, relationship with local law enforcement, and other factors. Priorities, tactics, and response protocols for pilot apprehension will also drive how technology should be configured and deployed.

In the recorded airspace security webinar below, Convergint’s Digital Transformation expert Scott Frigaard discusses the value of integrating drone detection into Security Operations Centers, what questions end users should ask to ensure proper integration, and support requirements for emerging technology.

Integrating Drone Detection into Existing Technology Ecosystems


Scott Frigaard

Digital Transformation, Convergint

Scott enables the adoption of Smart and Safe City technologies and best practices. Smart Cities enhance the quality of life for their citizens by reducing crime, increasing economic development, streamlining mobility, and becoming more efficient in delivering services to their citizens. But cities can’t do it alone. They need a trusted technical advisor that can understand their unique challenges, articulate a long-term vision, implement common-sense solutions, and successfully navigate their complex landscape. Without that partner, Smart City programs won’t reach their full potential or return on investment. Scott has spoken frequently on the topic of data fusion, city-wide video surveillance, license plate recognition, and the need for integration of all physical security applications at many regional and national events including ASIS, International Association of Chiefs of Police, National League of Cities and Killer App Expo.