Dedrone, a leading provider of smart airspace security solutions, has announced the introduction of DedroneTactical, an agile response kit designed for countering small uncrewed aerial systems (C-sUAS). This kit offers flexible sensor-fusion and mitigation capabilities in the field, including Radio Frequency (RF) detection and defeat, as well as camera and radar technologies. All configurations of DedroneTactical are powered by, an AI-driven autonomous command and control (C2) platform that enables end-to-end C-sUAS kill chain capabilities in a portable solution. With the advanced capabilities of, DedroneTactical provides the fastest and most accurate C-sUAS solution in any environment.

Dedrone has achieved significant success with its DedroneTactical kits, having already sold over 100 kits to government entities in the United States and worldwide. This strong demand has contributed to the company’s impressive year-over-year annual growth rate of over 300%. The widespread adoption of DedroneTactical by governments highlights its effectiveness and reliability in countering small uncrewed aerial systems (CsUAS) and reinforces Dedrone’s position as a leading provider in the industry.


“The first half of 2023 has continued Dedrone’s incredible momentum from 2022, culminating in the new capabilities and equipment of our DedroneTactical solution, which were inspired by the demand of our federal customer base,” said Aaditya Devarakonda, CEO of Dedrone. “Through this multi-sensor detect and defeat solution, DedroneTactical delivers our advanced AI-driven sensor-fusion technology in an expeditionary format, enabling operators to make decisions quickly and more accurately. We look forward to continuing to innovate with, and in service of, all our federal customers and warfighters working to secure airspaces and protect people, property and information from the threat of drones.”


DedroneTactical Solution Offers Flexible Airspace Security Options

The DedroneTactical solution offers a flexible and easy-to-use setup, consisting of two masted kits, a ruggedized laptop, and associated peripherals. The system is designed for quick and toolless installation, allowing users to set up and tear down within 15 minutes. Regardless of the specific threat profile and location, DedroneTactical configurations utilize the command and control (C2) solution, providing comprehensive airspace security. With its advanced AI-driven sensor-fusion capabilities, autonomously assesses potential threats, minimizing false positives and presenting high-threat targets to the operator in a “man-on-the-loop” format. This enables operators to respond rapidly and accurately to effectively address the identified threats.

“DedroneTactical was created in close collaboration with our most strategic federal customers to fill the current capability gap for a complete C-sUAS kill-chain and support the requirements of the expeditionary warfighter in today’s Agile Combat Employment (ACE) mission,” said Rob Campbell, Head of US Federal Business, Dedrone. “Dedrone continues to perform at the highest levels of efficacy at both Department of Defense and civilian test events. In fact, at our most recent review,’s AI-driven image recognition and autonomous detection engine performed at an estimated 95% accuracy level.”

DedroneTactical’s Base Kit supports several ruggedized RF sensors and BlueHalo Titan™ for EW defeat of RF-based sUAS across all protocols. All sensors are mounted on a single tactical mast and can be expanded to include additional remote DedroneSensors via wireless network links. The Extended Kit adds a second mast with radar and camera to enable both non-RF drone detection for autonomously navigated drones and as well as visual confirmation. Dedrone works with more than 50 federal government agencies around the world, including four of the G7 nation governments and 30 separate entities within the US federal government. The company will showcase DedroneTactical during the 2023 Airspace Awareness & Protection Conference, June 7-8, 2023, at Xelevate in Leesburg, Virginia.