The different ways to display drone detection information

Operators can zoom and move the map in real time

2D top-down view

The most commonly used drone detection visualization is our top-down 2D perspective. It is clearly structured, easy to understand and navigate, thus very similar to map solutions offering satellite images.

3D flight path and 3D alarm zones with different colors and levels

3D view

The 3D view expands on the 2D perspective by adding a visual layer of the drone’s altitude information (when using multiple drone detection systems). In addition, the 3D space makes it easier to perceive the distances between different objects on the map.

Operators can tilt, turn and zoom the GIS in real time

3D topographic view

Even more sophisticated than the 3D view, the topographic mode displays the surrounding terrain’s surface, depicting hills, mountains, peaks, and valleys. Combined with our 3D building system, the topographic view creates the most accurate representation of the surrounding area.

Customer Hardware Integration

Complete customization – Because software is key!
The required equipment can be configured in detail to customer requirements. The end customer receives hardware tailored to their specific needs, with all components chosen individually. This guarantees the optimal drone detection performance in a specific area.

AARTOS drag and drop construction setup