With the advancement inaerial robot technology, the flight environment in low-altitude airspace keeps getting more complex. This is because even though, most of them are being autonomized these days to ensure efficient operation, there are still gaps to be filled and more so in terms of safety.

The primary challenge is the heavy air traffic, especially in the densely populated urban areas where registered and unregistered aerial robots are being operated simultaneously. This poses grave concerns to theorganisations working in the critical infrastructure sector, in terms of privacy and security.

To help them tackle the challenges pertaining to the alarming increase of unauthorised aerial robots, Cerbair, a French company, has been developing solutions ranging from stationary, mobile and portable.

The company leverages radiofrequency technology that detects the communication between a potentially malicious aerial robot and its remote control. Following this, the vehicle is located and identified. Through a series of techniques, they are further neutralised.

Offering a superlative quality technology at a fair price, Cerbair has become one of the preferred counter-solutions. Moreover, with airspace technology and the related challenges constantly evolving, the company’s upgradable solutions enable organisations to anticipate any possible issues without having to compromise their initial investment.

Cerbair’s innovative technology has attracted lucrative investments from several firms including the Luxembourg-based Boundary Holding founded by Rajat Khare.

Last year, it also joined hands with French elite tactical unit RAID to ensure security at the Med 7 summit that was held in Corsica on September 10, 2020. The two also collaborated in 2019 when the G7 summit was held.

In addition to the heavy air traffic, there are still several significant issues that need to be addressed. However, companies like Cerbair, endeavouring to secure airspace, have curbed the other challenges to a great extent.