Innovation and collaboration for LiveLink Aerospace in 2022
In July, LiveLink Aerospace was incredibly proud to collaborate with numerous companies and organisations that came together in Llanbedr, Wales, for the Solent Medical Delivery Project. LiveLink Aerospace was able to utilise PDAR (Passive RF Detection & Ranging), HERA, their AI-driven camera tracking system and Zeus Control, a SAPIENT compliant C2 system to deliver onsite, real-time airspace awareness intelligence of both cooperative, and non-cooperative aircraft.
A very productive week, with multiple partners working to solve BVLOS (Beyond Visual Line Of Sight) operations within shared airspace for crewed and uncrewed air users.
Ben Keene, Director of Operations at LiveLink Aerospace, said:
"The past 12 months have been really hard work, but very rewarding! We are continuing to shorten the gap between crewed and uncrewed airspace security.
For LiveLink Aerospace, it really matters that we can identify and classify the good guys and the bad guys, and deliver that intelligence quickly and securely so that near-instantaneous decisions can be made.
The turn-key approach to ‘detect, identify and eliminate’ is a game changer; but offering it in a cost-effective way which opens markets that need airspace security, but until now, have not been able to achieve it.”
Based just outside the historic port city of Portsmouth on the south coast of the UK, LiveLink Aerospace is a privately owned British company delivering innovative air security technology solutions.
Their unique range of products and services, all developed in-house enables a clear, timely, accurate and cost-effective method for scrutinising your airspace. The sensors and sensor fusion products can work stand-alone or integrated into incumbent systems to deliver a technology-based solution for the ever-increasing security requirements of drone/UAV activity anywhere.