Dedrone is the first automated drone security platform; an extension of physical and cyber security into the airspace that protects a vulnerability gap exploited by the advances in consumer and commercial drone technology. Its aerial intrusion detection platform provides early warning of malicious drone activities and is used to protect data centers, prisons, airports and other critical facilities from corporate espionage, smuggling, terrorism, and hacking. The Company automatically detects, classifies, issues alerts, records evidence to identify and assess potential threats and can automatically trigger offensive or defensive countermeasures if needed. 

San Francisco, US
Size (employees)
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Dedrone was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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Dedrone Office Locations

Dedrone has offices in San Francisco and Kassel
San Francisco, US (HQ)
2758 24th St
Kassel, DE
87 Miramstraße
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Dedrone Financials and Metrics

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Total Funding

$27.9 m

Latest funding size

$15 m

Time since last funding

a year ago


Dedrone's latest funding round in February 2017 was reported to be $15 m. In total, Dedrone has raised $27.9 m
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Dedrone News and Updates

Drone Identification System Market Poised to Achieve CAGR of +64% By 2023 – According to New Research – Report Focuses on Key Players like DroneShield, Dedrone, Thales Group, Kelvin Hughes, Orelia SAS, Blighter Surveillance Systems, Aaronia AG

This market research report presents a comprehensive analysis of the global drone identification systems market based on its application in the military and commercial end user segments. Additionally, the report also provides an analysis of the market’s growth by technology (detection and identifica…

Game of Drones: For Criminals and Corporate Spies, the Sky’s the Limit

A rogue drone found on Credit Suisse HQ's roof; fears of acid drops into data centres: drones are the latest security threat for businesses. Rasika Sittamparam eyes the aerial battle. The post Game of Drones: For Criminals and Corporate Spies, the Sky’s the Limit appeared first on Computer Business…
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