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Counter UAV solutions for Military, Federal,
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DRONEBUSTER

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Radio Hill Technology

Just launched! Block 3 Dronebuster provides improved reliability and range performance

To learn more about our Dronebuster technology, check our products page or contact us.

Improve Firefighting Efforts

Firefighting efforts were negatively impacted by drone operators flying over the fires.

Improve Firefighting Efforts

Firefighting efforts were negatively impacted by drone operators flying over the fires, and preventing firefighting aircraft from safely extinguishing the fires.

Base Security

Prevent terrorist or nuisance use of drones around military bases and infrastructure.

Security

Prevent terrorist or nuisance use of drones around military bases and infrastructure.

Force Protection

Prevent terrorist surveillance or WMD deployment near military forces .

Force Protection

Prevent terrorist surveillance or WMD deployment near military forces.

History of Radio Hill Technologies

Radio Hill Technologies was formed around the efforts of three entrepreneurs in the summer of 2015. During that time, California was exposed to regular and significant wild fires. Firefighting efforts were negatively impacted by drone operators flying over the fires, and preventing firefighting aircraft from safely extinguishing the fires.

This was heavily reported in the press and received national attention. Clearly, the proliferation of drones throughout the U.S. and elsewhere needs attention. While the vast majority of commercial and enthusiast operators makes responsible decisions when flying, there are some that don’t. The founders of Radio Hill were determined to create a tool that law enforcement can use to keep these drones away from restricted areas.

Radio Hill Technologies was formed around the efforts of three entrepreneurs in the summer of 2015. During that time, California was exposed to regular and significant wild fires. Firefighting efforts were negatively impacted by drone operators flying over the fires, and preventing firefighting aircraft from safely extinguishing the fires.

This was heavily reported in the press and received national attention. Clearly, the proliferation of drones throughout the U.S. and elsewhere needs attention. While the vast majority of commercial and enthusiast operators makes responsible decisions when flying, there are some that don’t. The founders of Radio Hill were determined to create a tool that law enforcement can use to keep these drones away from restricted areas.

Why Federal Agencies and Law Enforcement need Dronebuster?

Some recent incidents that could have been prevented by using the Dronebuster.

Drone crash lands at Merkel Event

A camera drone had a rough landing in front of Chancellor Angela Merkel at an election campaign event in Germany after police told its operator to bring down the craft.

Man detained outside White House for trying to fly drone

Secret Service detained a man Thursday afternoon who eyewitnesses tell CNN was trying to fly some sort of remote-controlled aerial device over the White House fence.

Drones hampered firefighters battling

Private drones hampered firefighters battling a raging wildfire in California Friday that swept over an interstate and torched 20 vehicles, fire officials said. NBC’s Gadi Schwartz reports.

News & Updates

US Army purchases Dronebuster C-UAS system for use in fight against ISIL

This week, Radio Hill finalized a contract initiated by the [...]

DRONEBUSTER makes its debut at HOMSEC 2017 in Madrid

DRONEBUSTER stand within the Target Tecnología booth at HOMSEC [...]

DRONEBUSTER makes debut at IDEX 2017 in Abu Dhabi

This week marks the annual IDEX International Defense Exhibition in [...]

Regulating the Airspace

As most everyone knows, the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) controls the airspace where drones fly along with all the other aircraft.  Small unmanned aircraft rules (Part 107) have been rolled out in June 2016 which provides operational limitations for commercial and recreational operators.  The vast majority of these drone operators comply with the FAA rules and operate the small drones safely.  However, some small drone operators are operating their drones in violation of the rules, and often times endangering other aircraft, or people & property.

The FCC (Federal Communications Commission) regulates the electronic bandwidth that drone operators use to control and navigate their drones and downlink the video.  Several frequencies have been allotted to for this purpose. The Dronebuster has the ability to jam these frequencies, which commands the drone to land or go home.  The FCC however, only allows Federal agencies to use jammers across the electronic spectrum in the U.S.  Regulations allowing State and local law enforcement agencies to use jamming devices is still pending.