• High-Performance Radar for Commercial Applications

    High-Performance Radar for Commercial Applications

    At commercial price points. Finally.

Our Markets

Our innovative radar design creates a high performance sensor at a fraction of the cost of existing radars, unlocking new applications for governments and industries.

Echodyne radars are revolutionizing the following markets, but we're always happy to learn of new applications for our breakthrough radar.

Perimeter Security, Counter UAS

Perimeter Security, Counter UAS

Correctional facilities, utilities, and sensitive industrial locations are some of the organizations that share the same increasing security risk - perimeter intrusion by inexpensive drones. Video surveillance systems are inadequate against airborne threats. Our customers work with security professionals that utilize best-of-breed components to create comprehensive 3D security solutions. Echodyne radars are the ideal primary sensor in a multilayered 3D defense perimeter. 

3D Security

Commercial UAS

Echodyne addresses two critical safety needs for the burgeoning commercial UAS market. First, BVLOS and autonomous UAS operators use Echodyne airborne radar onboard their UAVs to detect and avoid other aircraft while in flight.

Second, UAS operators use Echodyne ground-based radars to scan the skies for aircraft entering their operating area, increasing safety within the national airspace.

Commercial UAS
Commercial UAS
Autonomous Vehicles

Autonomous Vehicles

Echodyne understands that safety is paramount for autonomous vehicles (AV) market acceptance. Autonomous vehicles will include a multi-sensor fusion array to satisfy public safety requirements, and these sensors are in development by a number of companies. Advanced imaging radar will be a critical component of widely deployed AVs. Echodyne's combination of innovative hardware and intelligent software are being designed into a new AV imaging radar. 

Autonomous Vehicles

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In the News

Echodyne Radar Selected for Northern Plains’ UTM Pilot Program Testing

Echodyne Radar Selected for Northern Plains’ UTM Pilot Program Testing

January 17, 2019

Echodyne announced today that it has been selected to participate in Northern Plains UAS Test Site (NPUASTS) industry partnership to test and demonstrate commercial UAS operations in the next phase of DOT/FAA UAS Pilot Program (UPP) testing. Echodyne’s MESA™ radar technology enables an Unmanned Aircraft System Traffic Management (UTM) system to detect and track commercial drones and manned aircraft, enabling safe operations in the national airspace.

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Smart Cities Have New Physical Threats: The Impact of Drones on Security and Public Safety

Smart Cities Have New Physical Threats: The Impact of Drones on Security and Public Safety

October 19, 2018

Physical security and cybersecurity are different sides of the same security coin. As the cities of tomorrow emerge with more complex networks and connected and autonomous technologies of all kinds, city planners must consider physical security as an integral component of smart city security.

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Homeland Security got a thing and it’s called radar love

Homeland Security got a thing and it’s called radar love

October 5, 2018

“Cost, size, weight and power (C-SWaP) is always a concern when deciding on technology investments,” said Tim Bennett of DHS Science and Technology in a release. “Legacy radar arrays require an expensive, complex and often heavy phase shifter to direct radar beams. Echodyne developed MESA to electronically steer a radar beam with high fidelity and fast directional changes with lower C-SWaP.”

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All the things that still baffle self-driving cars, starting with seagulls

All the things that still baffle self-driving cars, starting with seagulls

October 1, 2018

This article captures the dynamics of static sensor flows in the context of dynamic neural net needs. AV designers need to dynamically task sensors to interrogate aspects of uncertain drive scenes. Sensor companies need to respond.

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