Drone Detection Startup, Drone Go Home, Announces Rebrand to AeroDefense

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The brand refresh better supports AeroDefense’s position in the drone security market.

New Jersey based drone detection company, Drone Go Home, rebranded as AeroDefense, to better reflect both the U.S. Counter-UAS regulatory environment that prohibits interference with a drone in flight, and the company's target markets for drone security: Prisons, Stadiums, Oil and Gas Infrastructure, and Port Security.

AeroDefense was originally founded with the intention of mitigating drone threats, hence the name 'Drone Go Home', but Founding CEO, Linda Ziemba, soon discovered this was illegal in the U.S. and other countries.

"Once we learned how many regulations we could potentially violate, including FAA interference with an aircraft, FCC network protections and DOJ federal wiretapping, we quickly pivoted and built the most effective, reliable drone and pilot detection system on the market." stated Ms. Ziemba.

The new brand identity, AeroDefense, provides a strong corporate image to target the drone security market, while still being pilot friendly.

"It's important to us that people know we are not anti-drone. The commercial and hobby drone markets are exciting new industries. But it’s also important for organizations, whether government or commercial, to have access to a reliable drone detection system so they can keep their personnel, infrastructure, and intellectual property, safe." said Nicola Kinsella, Aerodefense's Head of Marketing and Product Management.

"We tested our new brand with several partners before launch and we're excited about the positive feedback." added Ms. Ziemba.

To learn more about AeroDefense's drone and pilot detection and location system, visit http://www.AeroDefense.tech.

AeroDefense provides counter-UAS solutions to detect drones and pilots at correctional facilities, stadiums, critical infrastructure, and other high value targets. AeroDefense’s Drone and Pilot Detection, Location and Alert System detects RF drone signals, locates both drone and pilot, and alerts appropriate personnel via text, email, or command center console. Founded on the premise that drones are computers in flight, AeroDefense leverages Internet Security techniques to enhance public safety and personal privacy from drone misuse. Based in Holmdel, NJ, AeroDefense is a privately held, woman owned small business that operates within the Counter-UAS regulatory environment. To learn more about AeroDefense’s Drone and Pilot Detection, Location and Alert System, please visit http://www.AeroDefense.tech.

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