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Technology Other News 31 Oct 2019 Kaspersky’s so ...

Kaspersky’s solution aims to combat security/privacy risks from civilian drones

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Oct 31, 2019, 10:46 am IST
Updated Oct 31, 2019, 10:46 am IST
The mass adoption of this revolutionary technology could be affected by the negative connotations often associated with drones.
In 2018, the global drone market was estimated to be worth USD 14 billion and is expected to reach USD 43 billion by 2024.
 In 2018, the global drone market was estimated to be worth USD 14 billion and is expected to reach USD 43 billion by 2024.

Kaspersky has launched a new solution designed to help organizations and property owners defend themselves from unauthorized trespassing by civilian drones. Through an exceptional combination of several sensors – including a new approach to drone detection founded by the company using laser scanning – and machine learning technologies, Kaspersky Antidrone can automatically spot, identify and prohibit unmanned aircraft from entering restricted areas. This is all done without damaging the devices.

In 2018, the global drone market was estimated to be worth USD 14 billion and is expected to reach USD 43 billion by 2024. This growth is driven by the potential opportunities and positive changes that the use of unmanned aerial vehicles can bring – from delivering goods and inspecting proposed mining sites or building constructions, through to fulfilling entertainment interests.
However, the mass adoption of this revolutionary technology could be affected by the negative connotations often associated with drones. In fact, a recent study in the UK found that only  31% of respondents admitted having a positive attitude towards them. This perception is largely driven by cases of improper or illegal use of unmanned aircraft. They can be leveraged for spying purposes,  injure people through crashing, cause damage to critical infrastructure including nuclear power stations, or disrupt normal operations of an airport, as was the case when the runway of UK airport London  Gatwick was closed because of flying drones.
Kaspersky Antidrone software coordinates the work of several hardware modules provided by partners and distinguishes drones from other objects. The primary detection module searches for drones using video cameras combined with radar, LIDAR, and audio sensors – depending on the customers’ needs and environment. Using a laser scanner to determine the position of the drone is unique to Kaspersky’s solution and has not been applied to this field before.
When a moving object is detected in the sky, its coordinates are transmitted to a dedicated server, which then sends them on to a special unit. In accordance with data from the primary detection module, this unit rotates towards the object, tracks it and then the camera zooms in on it. At the same time, a neural network, trained to identify drones among other moving items, analyzes the object on the video. If it is distinguished as a drone, the server sends the command to the dedicated module to jam the communication between the device and its controller. As a result, the drone either flies back to the place it took off from or lands in the location where it lost signal with the controller. This means that the device will not be damaged, as there is no physical contact or attack towards the drone.

 

The software can be delivered as a stand-alone solution within third-party hardware, as a mobile version (for example, to be used on the top of off-road cars), or integrated with other monitoring systems, including smart home infrastructure.

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