About Drodion Ltd

Drodion is a company based Scotland, UK, which provides an anti-drone or anti-UAV (unmanned aerial-vehicle) software.

This perimeter security solution is relevant to any organisation concerned about the increasing risk of drone based terrorist attacks.  It is also applicable for any perimeter security needs such as; prions, stadiums, airports, large venues or for general privacy.

Nigel Douglas

Nigel Douglas

Founder & CEO

Nigel is an entrepreneur and founder of six companies, three of which were taken to exit. He has strong commercial acumen and understands how to grow and develop businesses.  His relevant sector expertise includes; IT, software, space, and events. He is a professionally trained and qualified drone pilot holding Permission for Commercial Operations approval from the Civil Aviation Authority.

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Dr Carmine Clemente

Dr. Carmine Clemente

Founder & CTO

Senior Lecturer at the University of Strathclyde working on Sensor Signal Processing for defence and civilian applications, with a specific interest on Radar signal processing. Carmine is involved in several defence projects with governmental institutions, industries and universities from the USA, China and Europe.  His research portfolio covers Automatic Target Recognition, Multi-static, MIMO, Passive and Cognitive radars and all emerging radar techniques.

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Prof Malcolm Macdonald

Prof. Malcolm Macdonald

Chairman

A professional space technology engineer with a proven international record of accomplishment.  Receiver of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Medal for “outstanding research work in the development and application of space mission systems to challenge conventional ideas and advance new concepts in the exploitation of space”.  Malcolm is also a Director of the Scottish Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications (SoXSA), and a Non-Executive Board Member of the UK Space Agency.

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The technology originated from the University of Strathclyde where the inventor and Drodion’s co-founder, Dr Carmine Clemente is a senior lecturer.