Renforcer la sécurité urbaine : Un pas en avant dans la protection des biens publics essentiels

Abstract

In the densely populated urban areas of Latin America, the introduction of unauthorized drones has presented new challenges in VIP and Critical Infrastructure protection. This case study examines how a Latin American Critical Government Asset (LACGA) overcame these challenges by implementing the Sentrycs anti-drone system, highlighting the transition from traditional jamming methods to a sophisticated and safe solution with no interference with urban communications.

Introduction

In the bustling heart of a major Latin American city, the security of critical infrastructure is paramount, especially when the stakes involve the protection of VIPs and the safety of largescale events. Despite LACGA’s robust security measures, the emerging drone threat loomed large, threatening the site’s perimeter and challenging the fabric of urban safety. Following a thorough drone threat assessment, it became clear that the need for a safe and secure anti-drone system that could protect the airspace without creating interference with other signals and without disrupting city life was pressing.

Challenge Faced

The limitations of LACGA’s jamming technology became evident as it caused significant communication interference, disrupting not only the site’s operations but also affecting the surrounding metropolitan areas.

Within the intricate weave of the city’s skyline, jamming caused more problems than it solved, interrupting vital communications and leaving security at a standstill. This was not just a security challenge; it was a question of integrating Counter UAS Solutions that could operate discretely and seamlessly within the complex urban environment and address the increasing drone threat effectively.

The Turning Point

The urgency for a more sophisticated solution became undeniable after LACGA witnessed the limitations of conventional jamming firsthand.