Patent-Pending
Aircraft Anti-Drone Collision and
Drone Defense System™

How to Prevent Another 9/11:
WRG Airplane Anti-Collision and Drone Defense System
with Return To Sender (RTS) Technology

What is the price to prevent another 9/11 attack?

Terrorists are looking for ways to increase body count and collateral damage. Small drones are easy to acquire and customize, making them ideal for terrorist use, especially because there hasn’t been a way to detect or deter them and the current FAA database registry for recreational drone owners has no real-time tracking.

There have been over 600 reported incidents of small drones flying too close to aircraft and airports between August 22, 2015 and January 31, 2015 according to a recent report from the FAA.  As more recreational drones are purchased, the airspace is becoming congested. Pilots and aviation professionals are very concerned about in-flight safety because there is currently no way for airplanes to detect and deter small drones to avoid collisions.

Whitmarsh Research Group’s Patent-Pending Aircraft Anti-Collision Drone Defense System with Return To Sender™ (RTS™) technology solves the problems of drone detection, identification, authorization, tracking, deterring and counter-measure.  Our system can track and identify drones and their signature values from as far as 10 miles away and assign authorization or rogue status, deterrents and countermeasures for incoming drones.

WRG’s Drone Defense System models and customizations are available for Enterprise, Commercial and Retail markets. It can be applied to vehicles, aircraft, buildings and outdoor areas to protect people and privacy, and save lives. Countermeasures include returning drones to their owner (Return To SenderTM while identifying them and reporting them to authorities, take-down, and safe and secure take-down. RTS™ Right of Way™ provides on-board collision avoidance for aircraft and vehicles, deterring unauthorized drones from as far as 10 miles away.

Our Drone Defense System™ defines safe flyways and communicates on wireless networks. It does not use Radio Frequency (RF), making it an ideal choice for any area that needs to be protected since it can be adapted to existing technology infrastructures without compromising communications.

In December 2015, a camera drone narrowly missed hitting a skiier

Sometimes danger comes from the ones you know.

In the image above, world champion skier Marcel Hirscher narrowly misses being hit by a small TV camera drone that crashed behind him during a race in December, 2015. WRG’s Drone Detection System could have deflected the drone from the ski area and brought it down safely.
View the video on CNN.

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