Fortem Technologies announced successful performance in detecting small UAS before a team of U.S. Government evaluators based on an Irregular Warfare Technical Support Directorate requirement in May 2021. The event focused on testing various counter UAS systems including the Fortem SkyDome system, TrueView radar and DroneHunter. The Defense Innovation Unit created a test environment to determine how well various counter drone systems would perform in urban environments that make it difficult to detect potential threat UAS.
Fortem Technologies announced today that it has expanded its global presence with a strategic Gulf Region (GCC) end user deployment in the national security and defense sector. The Fortem SkyDome System consists of distributed TrueView radar to detect and identify uncooperative drones, and the Fortem DroneHunter, which is autonomously cued by SkyDome to further evaluate the threatening drone and remove or disable it from a safe location with no collateral damage.
Fortem Technologies and Unifly announced they will collaborate to develop a joint airspace safety and security solution for a drone-enabled society. This new end-to-end solution will allow UTM and U-space architectures to be used by public safety officers, military groups and other government agencies to secure airspace around critical infrastructure, airports, stadiums, public venues and more. Fortem Technologies and Unifly were both chosen to participate in the UAS Integration Pilot Program.
World ATM Congress announced that they will collaborate to provide an integrated solution that allows for the safe operation of drones within geofences while also enforcing no-fly zones in cities, around airports and other critical infrastructure. Fortem SkyDome™, enabled by distributed Fortem TrueView™ radar, acts as the SDSP, a data service platform for drone applications. Fortem SkyDome collects and aggregates real-time airspace data.