- DroneShield has been awarded two additional patents by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, with an additional application allowed, which is expected due to be converted shortly into an additional patent.
- Patents relate to the Company's groundbreaking developments in the acoustic detection of drones.
- Additional patents are at various stages of application process.
The patents relate to acoustic detection of drones, utilising DroneShield's world leading technology. In addition to the above patents, the company has a number of other assets in its drone security IP portfolio, including an existing patent, two provisional patent applications, a PCT patent application, and an application awaiting examination. All of the IP assets relate to the counterdrone technologies.
Peter James, DroneShield's chairman commented: "As DroneShield continues to develop world leading counterdrone technologies, we seek to protect our position in the sector by executing on the patent and trademark strategy in the critical areas of the business".
The Company has recently announced the launch of its DroneSentry and DroneSentinel products, which include acoustic sensors protected by the company's patents, in addition to radar, radiofrequency, thermal and optical detection capabilities. DroneSentry additionally includes a jamming functionality.
About DroneShield Ltd
Based in Sydney, Australia and Virginia, USA, DroneShield Ltd (ASX:DRO) (OTCMKTS:DRSHF) is a worldwide leader in drone security technology. The Company has developed the pre-eminent drone security solution that protects people, organisations and critical infrastructure from intrusion from drones. Its leadership brings world-class expertise in engineering and physics, combined with deep experience in defence, intelligence, and aerospace.