Fortem demonstrates DroneHunter anti-drone tech for legislators

By Max Roth, February 11th, 2019  Watch on→
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SALT LAKE CITY -- The DroneHunter is like a flying robot spider with Spiderman-like web shooting skills, and it’s made by a Utah company.

Fortem Technologies showed off their invention at the Utah State Capitol Building. They launched a drone that, in a hypothetical situation, was disobeying flight laws and presenting a threat. Then they sent the drone hunter after it.

You can see the results in the video above.

Fortem CEO Timothy Bean says the idea is to create a secure system to monitor the skies as local transportation looks skyward.

“The state builds roads today, and they're going to be building highways in the sky to allow this kind of commerce,” said Bean.

About Fortem Technologies

Fortem Technologies is the leader in airspace awareness, safety and security for a drone world. Fortem delivers commercially available solutions that detect and measure intention of drones in real time to maintain airspace safety, while actively protecting No-Fly Zones. Based in Pleasant Grove, Utah, the company is privately held and backed by Boeing, Signia Venture Partners, DCVC, Mubadala Investment Company, and others.

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