DroneSentinel now been included in the CPNI Catalogue of Security Equipment
DroneSentinel has now been included in the CPNI Catalogue of Security Equipment (CSE). CSE forms an approved list of products for deployment across various critical infrastructure customers in the UK, including as airports, stadiums, and other key sites.
Certificate expected to drive customer interest
DroneShield’s CEO Oleg Vornik said: “The importance of this world’s first formal Government certification is that it substantially reduces procurement cycle in the nascent counterdrone space by giving prospective customers certainty of product quality. We expect this certification to drive significant additional end customer interest in UK and also globally.”
Telecomms leader BT Group plc which has operations in 180 countries and is DroneShield’s partner in the UK, has welcomed the CPNI certification.
Dave Pankhurst, Head of Drone Solutions at BT, added: “By partnering with DroneShield we’re able to provide our customers with a best-in-class, integrated and secure drone solution that will protect infrastructure from unwanted drone activity. The CPNI certification further reinforces to our customers that BT is able to provide a capability of the highest specification ensuring safety and security is maintained.”
potential of this technology is harnessed in a responsible and safe way.”