Amidst the rising drone threats that loom over the modern battlefield, the U.S. Army and Air Force have unveiled a powerful ally—CARPE Dronvm.

A groundbreaking smartphone app-controlled counter-drone solution, CARPE Dronvm transforms soldiers into first-line defenders, equipping them with the means to swiftly report and thwart aerial threats. With its intuitive interface and real-time alerts, this cutting-edge application promises to revolutionize force protection and safeguard those on the frontline from the ever-evolving drone peril.

Both the Army and Air Force recently conducted trials of a smartphone app-controlled counter-drone solution at McEntire Joint National Guard Base in South Carolina. Leveraging crowd-sourced data, CARPE Dronvm empowers users to report suspicious drone activities, enabling timely responses from authorities and command centers. Developed in collaboration with the MITRE Corporation, this cutting-edge application stands poised to enhance the detection capabilities of the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) in the face of rapidly evolving aerial threats.

CARPE Dronvm: Empowering Soldiers on the Ground

At the heart of CARPE Dronvm lies a potent concept: empowering soldiers on the ground to actively engage in force protection.