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Airspace Monitoring Service (AMS)

Hidden Level’s mission is to develop the most reliable and scalable sensor technology for a safer and smarter world.

The world’s first low altitude air traffic data service for both security and integration

  • Built For Scale

    Hidden Level’s sensors are strategically installed on existing infrastructure, buildings, rooftops, and cell towers

  • High Performance

    AMS meets the needs of security and commercial UTM/UAM applications

  • Actionable Data

    AMS data integrates into Video Management Systems, Security Operations Centers, and UAS Service Supplier platforms

With use cases such as drone delivery becoming closer to reality, urban centers present the greatest challenge for ensuring security and enabling safe commercial drone operations. Current technologies offered today do not scale for the large area coverage needed for major cities.

The Airspace Monitoring Service (AMS) is offered as a cloud-based solution with no expensive on-premise equipment or software to be owned or maintained.

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The drone detection and tracking data from AMS integrates directly into a facility’s Video Management Software (VMS), Security Operations Center (SOC), or Situational Awareness Platform as a simple add on service. AMS data is already compatible with popular security platform providers. AMS subscription fees depend on the use case for data fidelity and the coverage area desired, which customers can customize to only get what they need.

The flexibility provided by the Airspace Monitoring Service provides many benefits to our customers and partners

  • Reduces Complexity

    Eliminates burden on a facility, venue, or entity to own, operate, or accommodate expensive and rapidly changing technology

  • Cost Effective

    AMS covers a large service area, giving our customers excellent value per square mile

  • More Warning Time

    Leads to fast and efficient responses from security and law enforcement to handle unwanted drone incursions