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The first truly autonomous anti-drone solution

80 km/h Top speed
40 min Flight time
Focus Auto pilot Fully automated flight control
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Mark II

Second generation of Eagle.One with state-of-the-art 3D stereoscopic camera and completely redesigned frame built on our own custom-made platform.

Mark II

Second generation of Eagle.One with state-of-the-art 3D stereoscopic camera and completely redesigned frame built on our own custom-made platform.

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The technology

Eagle.One is autonomous drone hunter with on-board AI capable of safe elimination of unauthorized aerial systems. To do that, Eagle.One uses top technology, combined with neural networks and software for estimation of the target's movements.

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Net Gun

with effective range of 10 meters (11 yards) is used for non destructive elimination

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3D Stereo Camera

for intelligent depth map estimation

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Li-Po Battery

good for up to 40 minutes of flight time

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Carbon body

for light-weight yet robust construction

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8 motors

as a redundant power system (drone can still fly even if 2 motors fail)

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Intel Core i7

for real time autonomous flight control, navigation and estimation of the target's movements

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WiFi + 4G modem

allows drone to receive software updates and remote diagnostics

Integration

DeDrone integration
iOS & Android app

Eagle.One offers a full seamless integration with DeDrone defence system. Whenever an intruder is detected, Eagle.One will automatically eliminate the threat. No human interaction required.

Open API

Eagle.One offers REST API integration therefore it can be easily integrated into any system.

Protected Area

Thanks to the mobile application, Eagle.One can be used as a stand-alone unit.

All you need to do is to point your phone in the area where the intruder was detected. As soon as Eagle.One detects the intruder, it takes over and eliminates the threat autonomously.

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Radar mode

Control panel

Aiming

Drone aiming

Manual control

Manual control

Mobile App

Thanks to our mobile app you will always be in control.

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Development centre The product was designed in the best-equipped labs at the Czech Technical University in Prague. There are not many places around the world where you could find a better place for research, design and development of a project of this scale. Test flight area No matter how many PC simulations you run in the lab, you will need to test them in the real world sooner or later. The beautiful location of Císařský Ostrov is used as a sandbox area for real-world testing. This is an ideal place for testing especially thanks to the permanent installation of the DeDrone detection system. Computer lab Robust hardware of Eagle.One is actually not the most impressive part - the software is where it's at. Our computer lab is where everything starts. Here is where the ideas are sketched, here is where they are put through the first tests and where they are chiselled to near perfection before real life testing. Workshop Here you can find everything you might ever need for building anything form an RC car to a smaller rocket. Workshop is where all the soldering, 3D printing and the creation of prototypes takes place.
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Development centre
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Workshop Development centre Computer lab Test flight area

Laptop icon Software for realistic flight simulation
Bolt icon Debugging checking drone's behavior and decision making process
Wind icon Fly zone 74,000 square meters dedicated to real world testing
Dedrone icon DeDrone System permanent installation of DeDrone's system for integration testing
Gears icon 3D Printer for fast production of prototypes
Wrench icon Equipment for creating anything Eagle.One might need
Bubble icon Meeting room where the ideas are created and discussed
Bolt icon Final assembly where all the finishing touches are applied

Laboratory

The product was designed in the best-equipped labs at the Czech Technical University in Prague.

There are not many places around the world where you could find a better place for research, design and development of a project of this scale.

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Developed by

Drone Defense Solutions ltd.

As the technology advances, people tend to forget both sides of the equation. What can do great things for humanity can also do much harm.

Drones are a great tool but they pose a great danger as well. Danger which needed to be addressed before it got out of control. That is why the project Eagle.One was started.

As Wayne Gretzky always said: Skate to where the puck is going to be, not to where it has been.

Ing. Martin Saska, Ph.D.CTO, Co-founder, Senior researcher

Minds behind Eagle.One

Meet the best people in their fields, who dedicated a significant amount of their time and effort to bring Eagle.One to life.

Ing. Barbora Matyášová
Marketing & Finance Specialist

"We do not look at what the competition does, our goal is for the competition to poke into what We are doing."

Mgr. Michael Pospíšil
PR Manager

"Our PR is pretty simple - we have crafted something unique."

Miloslav Žáček
CEO, Co-Founder, Visionary

"I believe, that if you have an excellent idea, an exceptional team, a great passion for what you are doing, and you are willing to sacrifice a huge amount of time and effort into it and if you go to sleep every night with the feeling that you did something great that day - you can achieve great things."

Vojtěch Šmejkal
Project Manager

"My idea of what I do, is not complicated: I just do everything to the best of my ability."

Ing.arch. Lubomír Fiala
Product Designer

"May the force be with us - we will all need it one day."

The Journey

Quick summary of the 8 year long journey, that was required to bring project Eagle.One to fruition.

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2010

The beginning

UAVs are able to autonomously take-off and land on a moving vehicle.

2010

2011

Autonomous indoor inspection

A heterogenous autonomous UAV-UGV system is capable of visiting and inspecting predefined locations.

2011

2012

First formation of multiple vehicles

Progress in visual navigation and localization using on-board cameras is being made.

2012

Late 2013

Cooperation with University Of Pennsylvania

A system in surveillance tasks, where locations of interest with different priorities are covered by a self stabilized swarm of UAVs is being deployed.

2013

2016

Trajectory prediction software

Embedded Model Predictive Controls of Unmanned Micro Aerial Vehicles are being tested.

2016

Aug 2016

First prototype

First version of software for Eagle.One is being developed. Drones are able to use image recognition and movement predictions to track and follow vehicle with random movement.

Aug

Oct 2016

Software improvements

Tracking and movement prediction software is being improved to handle faster speeds and more random movement.

Oct

Oct 2016

Drones in Historical Buildings

Drones are using unified inputs from multiple sensors to measure one quantity. System is being implemented to Eagle.One for more precision in detecting and tracking intruders using multiple cameras.

Oct

Early 2017

MBZIRC

The team participates in MBZIRC 2017 and wins in the discipline of cooperative collection of objects using a group of autonomous helicopters.

2017

Mar 2017

First tests of drone hunter

First versions of system capable of autonomously tracking target, predicting it's movement and eliminating it are tested.

Mar

Apr 2018

Software improvements

Version of on-board software with improved flight control and detection system is being developed.

Apr

May 2018

Eagle.One is born

System is autonomously detecting, tracking and eliminating intruders in protected area without the need of human interaction.

May

Apr 2019

Mark II is born

New version of Eagle.One with state-of-the-art 3D stereoscopic camera and completely redesigned frame built on our own custom-made platform is being created.

Apr

May 2019

IDET 2019

The project is being presented at the International Defence and Security Technologies Fair.

May

The Journey

Quick summary of the 8 year long journey, that was required to bring project Eagle.One to fruition.

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2010

The beginning

UAVs are able to autonomously take-off and land on a moving vehicle.
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2011

Autonomous indoor inspection

A heterogenous autonomous UAV-UGV system is capable of visiting and inspecting predefined locations.
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2012

First formation of multiple vehicles

Progress in visual navigation and localization using on-board cameras is being made.
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Late 2013

Cooperation with University Of Pennsylvania

A system in surveillance tasks, where locations of interest with different priorities are covered by a self stabilized swarm of UAVs is being deployed.
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2016

Trajectory prediction software

Embedded Model Predictive Controls of Unmanned Micro Aerial Vehicles are being tested.
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Aug 2016

First prototype

First version of software for Eagle.One is being developed. Drones are able to use image recognition and movement predictions to track and follow vehicle with random movement.
Play
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Oct 2016

Software improvements

Tracking and movement prediction software is being improved to handle faster speeds and more random movement.
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Oct 2016

Drones in Historical Buildings

Drones are using unified inputs from multiple sensors to measure one quantity. System is being implemented to Eagle.One for more precision in detecting and tracking intruders using multiple cameras.
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Early 2017

MBZIRC

The team participates in MBZIRC 2017 and wins in the discipline of cooperative collection of objects using a group of autonomous helicopters.
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Mar 2017

First tests of drone hunter

First versions of system capable of autonomously tracking target, predicting it's movement and eliminating it are tested.
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Apr 2018

Software improvements

Version of on-board software with improved flight control and detection system is being developed.
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May 2018

Eagle.One is born

System is autonomously detecting, tracking and eliminating intruders in protected area without the need of human interaction.
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Apr 2019

Mark II is born

New version of Eagle.One with state-of-the-art 3D stereoscopic camera and completely redesigned frame built on our own custom-made platform is being created.
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May 2019

IDET 2019

The project is being presented at the International Defence and Security Technologies Fair.

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May 2019 | Participation at the International Defence and Security Technologies Fair.

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