With monitoring from the sky or the ground, MatrixSpace provides the situational awareness and practical insights needed to make swift decisions crucial for the safety of your teams and the general public. Day or night, and regardless of weather conditions, including smoke and rain.
Coordinate and execute complex tasks such as airspace safety, protecting large or specific areas, and detecting intruders. This versatile solution is ideal for security and monitoring of a variety of venues.
They provide a swift deployment of comprehensive area protection, identifying anomalies, movement and problematic areas fast. Use it for security monitoring and any changes at a specific location.
Our small, mobile modules can be installed as a ground-based BVLOS system, for full 360 air space and ground monitoring and awareness. They replace visual observers, allowing operations to scale operations dramatically across a city or region.
Multiple ground-based radar devices can be utilized to establish secure and controlled airspace or parameters – on the ground or in any elevated location – or mounted on drones or other autonomous vehicles (such as robodogs, robobirds and other robots).
Replace costly, traditional aviation surveillance with autonomous vehicles and BVLOS drones, while eliminating the need for visual observers. Automated operations can now dramatically scale over long distances, improving efficiencies while reducing costs.
Drones as First Responders
MatrixSpace Radar™ supports Drone as First Responder (DRF) systems air space management, as they provide critical support in emergency situations by offering swift and efficient aerial assistance.
Respond to incidents such as:
- Crimes in progress
- Traffic collisions
- Residential or commercial fires
- Public disturbances
- Support for local police, sheriff and other emergency personnel supporting daily field activities.
Large Scale Monitoring
Monitor large events such as concerts, festivals, sporting events, political rallies, or secure disaster areas.
Scan to secure and cordon off wide, complex areas, detect hazards, drop supplies or identify access and safe routes.
- Disaster rescue, recovery and security – from natural disasters to large scale crashes and explosions.
- Search and rescue over challenging terrain – coordinated autonomous vehicles on the ground and in the air.
- Environmental monitoring across reserves, protected areas and national parks.