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November 3, 2017 - Version 2 presented on Implementing a Drone Detection Solutuion at a Major International Airport at the UAS Canada Conference in Toronto, Canada on November 1, 2017




October 29 - November 3, 2017 - System Atlanta displayed and demonstrated our Drone Detection System integrated with their system software at their booth at the 2017 FAAMA (FAA Managers Association) Convention in Las Vegas.




October 15 - 18, 2017 - System Atlanta displayed and demonstrated our Drone Detection System integrated with their system software at their booth at the Air Traffic Control Conference (ACTA) in Oxon Hill, Maryland.




June 26, 2017 - Systems Atlanta Inc. (SAI) and Version 2 (V2) are pleased to announce a strategic partnership to address the detection, identification, and tracking of Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) commonly known as drones, intruding on airports throughout the United States.

SAI and V2 have partnered to integrate their core technologies to provides customers with a seamless solution to easily address the drone safety issues with limited investment. Drone Sentry sensors are to be distributed throughout the customer facility and the information automatically presented on the SAI IDS. This integrated view will ensure IDS users do not require additional equipment or training to learn a new software application reducing workload on controllers and increasing performance.

"By integrating drone detection into an existing, proven display system like SAI's IDS we can increase both safety and situational awareness for controllers without increasing controller workload." - Sachin Misra, Business Development Director, Version Two

"The ability to integrate V2's Drone Sentry into the SAI IDS product suite brings a critical level of safety to the busy airfield environment." - Joe Kirk, Director / Business Development, Systems Atlanta, Inc.

V2's Drone Sentry detection system is a sensor based system that uses multiple antennas to provide users with situational awareness of drones detected within the area. Once detected the drones are identified and cataloged to allow future tracking of repeat offenders. Furthermore, the electronic alert system will provide administrators with information required to make a decision to action the event.

SAI's IDS (Integrated Display System) is installed in over 450 U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Department of Defense (DoD) Air Traffic Facilities across the National Airspace System. IDS is a collaboration tool connected by a communications network to instantaneously distribute / display live, user inputted, and reference data in real-time. IDS acts as an electronic binder, providing immediate access to a wide range of operational information and support data, while also promoting the safety and efficiency of operations.