Drone Netting

Guardian Netting Contractors Professional Netting Design-Build, Installation, & Repair 


As various uses for drones and UAV’s continue to increase, so does the need for safe and effective containment systems. Whether it is for a university, prison system, athletic field, military training, or trade show –our professional engineers can design a system to fit any need.

The advancement of drones, and the problem they pose, has happened so quickly that even US law has had trouble catching up to keep them in check.

As an answer to this gap in regulation, drone perimeters, cages, and enclosures are being instituted by a number of different industries.

With high-powered cameras, these sophisticated and easily attainable tools can record several acres within a few hours. Threatening the experience many businesses promise to provide. They are a security risk that cannot be ignored for many businesses.

Much like protecting people and property from errant balls, keeping drones out of designated spaces is a new priority.

Guardian Netting Contractors designs, builds, and installs drone netting that accommodates any height or shape.

We serve a number of different industries:

  • Drone Resellers
  • Military Facilities
  • Drone Training Facilities
  • Trade Shows
  • Prisons
  • Athletic Fields
  • Professional Sports Organizations
  • Movie & Video Companies
  • Colleges & Research Centers
  • Medical Facilities
  • Fire & Police Training

The netting we use is:

  • Fire retardant
  • Chemical & weather resistant
  • UV Treated
  • 3 MM high-density polypropylene
  • Has a full warranty

Prison facilities lead the industry in developing more secure facilities by adding perimeter and drone netting outside of their regular barbed wire systems.

“Prison inmates, a remarkably ingenious bunch, are disrupting long-standing methods of smuggling drugs, porn and cellphones the same way online retailers hope to one day deliver socks and underwear to American homes — through the air, with drones.”
Washington Post

Phil Pitsky, VP of U.S. Federal Operations for Dedrone, said, “if the drones aren’t dropping off packages, they’re likely scoping the are with a camera, appearing at different times to monitor guard locations and shift changes.”

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