LNG CONSORTIUM PROJECT, LLC. is a major provider of DEDRONE ANTI-DRONE PROTECTION SYSTEMS and has developed many proprietary   refinements to enable extendion of the notification from 1000 meters to over 10 miles by utilizing the DRONE DEFENSE SERIES air mobile technology developed by HVCC UAV DRONE TECHNOLOGY GROUP  a sister company of LLG CONSORTIUM PROJECT, LLC.  

While energy manufacturers and utilities are implementing drone surveying and inspection programs around the world, these organizations must also protect critical infrastructure, such as power stations and water reservoirs, from unwanted drones. With drones becoming ever more inexpensive, easy to fly, and able carry heavy payloads, the risk of not securing the airspace only increases every day.

Dedrone Solutions

t critical infrastructure
Detect drones even before they take off
Provide forensic evidence of drone attacks
Integrate into existing security and monitoring systems
Are compatible with utilities’ internal drone programs

Detect drone

Dedrone RF Sensors detect drones up to a mile away and give early warning of drone-based threats, often even before the drone takes off.

Alert Security Teams

Warnings and alerts are triggered automatically and can be sent to a mobile phone, monitoring platform, or any API-compatible system.

Track drone

By incorporating sensors such as RF or video cameras, users can track the flight path of the drone and reveal the location of the pilot.

Jam drone

Active countermeasures, including RF and GPS jamming, can easily and quickly remove a drone before it gets too close to the facility.


                                      COMBAT READY ICBM FORCE and DEDRONE PROTECTION 

F.E. Warren Air Force Base elects to continue using Dedrone’s DroneTracker Platform to provide airspace security above the United States’ premiere, combat-ready ICBM force

‍SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 27,2019 - Dedrone, the leading provider in small UAS (sUAS) detection and tracking technology announced the continuation of their license agreement with F.E. Warren Air Force Base. F.E.Warren was selected to test the Dedrone platform in June of 2018 as part of a DIU testing phase that included six Department of Defense (DoD) facilities, and has been continuously testing, evaluating and using the capability for over a year.

F.E. Warren defends America with the world's premier combat-ready Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) force. According to F.E. Warren, the Minuteman III missiles are deployed over a 9,600 square-mile area spanning Wyoming, Nebraska, and Colorado, and are on full alert 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.

Dedrone’s DroneTracker solution is a complete technology platform that collects and aggregates sUAS data and displays it in real-time. DroneTracker detects, classifies and tracks sUAS, and can be configured to automatically trigger alerts and countermeasures when a sUAS threat is confirmed. 

F.E. Warren’s solicitation notice justified the need to continue licensing the Dedrone solution. “Without this system, F.E. Warren AFB will not have a reliable sUAS detection capability for specific areas of interest.” The statement continues, “DroneTracker is the only system which provides passive RF detection and immediate alerts to the appropriate parties. Loss of this detection capability will adversely affect the installation's ability to defeat possibly hostile sUAS.” 

Modern security requires a layered approach that keeps pace with the evolution of drone technology. “Unauthorized drone activity at military installation is a threat,” shares Phil Pitsky, VP of Federal Operations at Dedrone. “Drone detection technology is an essential tool for all military installations to allow Security Forces to assess airspace activity and develop standard procedures to respond appropriately to unauthorized drone incursions.”

Dedrone’s solution is deployed to customers around the world, including US and coalition militaries, correctional facilities, airports, utility companies and other public and private organizations. Dedrone has participated in multiple government sponsored rapid prototyping and testing events, including the DoD’s Black Dart, the Asymmetric Warfare Group’s DiDex, DHS’s TACTIC, USMC’s ANTX, the U.S. Air Force’s FCE, and USSOCOM’s ThunderDrone. At ThunderDrone, SOFWERX encouraged industry collaboration to address the entire sUAS Kill Chain, Team Dedrone was selected as the top cUAS solution out of an initial 93 participating vendors.