Mobile Skylight System Sets a New Standard in Drone Security

There’s a new way to scan the skies and know your airspace.
Gryphon Sensors, a company based in Central New York, has developed a state-of-the-art mobile Unmanned Traffic Management system called Mobile Skylight. It’s designed for use in a number of applications, including stadium, event security, first response, and and utility inspections.
Mobile Skylight sets a new standard in drone security and unmanned aircraft system (UAS) traffic management. The system features an array of self-contained sensors and provides accurate three dimensional detection of low-flying, small UAS. Mobile Skylight is a complete mobile command center featuring 4×4 off-road capability and can be taken anywhere without a commercial driver’s license.
The system is being backed by New York State, and is part of a $35 million government commitment to develop Unmanned Ariel Systems technology in Central New York.