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Our RDARS system is the world’s first drone technology end-to-end solution with real time alarm response, verification, intervention and live data streaming. The system was created, by our CEO Charles Zwebner, as a solution to the increasing demand of public safety agencies to have alarms verified before responding. In the USA, 98% of alarm triggers are false alarms (approx. 36M a year) which has created a substantial wastage of public resources and funds. Moreover, properties could become backlisted if enough false alarms remain unverified and the end user will be left without proper security response.

The system is autonomous and integrated into a properties alarm ecosystem. Upon a security breach the drone will immediately take off and fly to the breeched zone with a pre-programmed flight mission plan. The drone will capture and transmit the data in real time to the RDARS Command & Control Center that will verify the alarm, manually intervene the drone with flight & data capture, co-ordinate with the alarm monitoring station, dispatch authorities and data stream the images to the public safety authorities all in real time. At the end of the mission the drone will fly back and land in its drone-in-a-box for resetting and recharging for the next mission.

We are extremely proud of our RDARS technology system which we believe will become the world’s most formidable fully autonomous drone alarm response system.

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RDARS Security Drone sitting inside it's box, in mid launch phase

Drone in a box

A fully autonomous “Drone in a Box” that is instantly launched upon the trigger of a sensor in a zone within the home.

3D map of a house and surrounding property with alarm trigger possitions mapped. The autonomous drone uses these markers to pinpoint a break-in

Autonomous Security

Drone is preprogrammed with 3D mapping data of the entire home and property. Upon a sensor being triggered, drone will fly to that location and capture data.

Close up image of an R.D.A.R.S home security drone's camera payload. These can be interchanged with other useful attachments

Payloads

The drone is equipped with multiple payloads, including camera, video recorder, and night vision capabilities.

Over the shoulder view of a man in a blue shirt looking at the monitors of the R.D.A.R.S Comand and Control station

Communication

The drone will transmit data in real time, simultaneously, to multiple stakeholders including the Owner on a mobile device, Monitoring Station and "Command & Control" Center.

The view of a house seen through the security drone camera being displayed in the comand module

Home Landing

Either autonomously, or manually with a Home button, the drone will fly back 'home' and encase itself for the next round of missions when needed.

Photo of a man's face being taken by the Comand and Control center's operator. These close ups are sent to authorities for identification

Intervention

Intervention - The drone piloting and data capture can be manually intervened by the Command & Control Center to complete a full investigation of property and surroundings, and utilize additional features e.g. 360-degree observations, “follow me” and zoom. Authorities are contacted to remove the intruder from the property and make the arrests.

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Arial view of a white country house. The view is from an outdoor security system drone, flying autonomously around the property.

Automated Flight - The drone is preprogrammed with 3D mapping data of your entire home and property.
Upon a sensor being triggered, your drone will launch from its station, fly to that location, and capture live data.

real-time

data sending

A man in a blue shirt is monitoring multiple screens for intruders. The R.D.A.R.S control room has 15 monitors of various sizes, each is displaying a vew from an autonomous security drone system.

Communication - The drone will transmit the data in real-time simultaneously to multiple stakeholders including the Owner on a mobile device, Monitoring Station, and Command & Control Center.

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From R.D.A.R.S

Arial view of a white country house. The view is from an outdoor security system drone, flying autonomously around the property.

Intervention - The drone piloting and data capture can be manually intervened by the Command & Control Center to complete a full investigation of property and surroundings, and utilize additional features e.g. 360-degree observations, “follow me” and zoom.

Either autonomously, or manually with a Home button, the drone will fly back to the box and encase itself for the next round of missions when needed.

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