Ground based detect and alert system

Iris Automation pioneered Casia I and Casia X, the first on-board, autonomous commercial collision avoidance safety systems for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). Casia G leverages the same AI and computer vision technology – but stationary – to detect aircraft as they approach your UAS operation.

Safety at the core

Protect airspace for uncrewed air vehicles and crewed aircraft to operate safely. Casia G features extremely high detection rates for reliable and predictable performance.

Detect intruder aircraft

Full optical, 360° field of view aircraft detection, classification (small plane, helicopter, drone, etc.) and alerting system

Gain situational awareness

Casia G can be integrated with your existing situational awareness tool to provide your Remote Pilot in Command (RPIC) access to all information from one system

Network for unlimited range

Leverage multiple Casia G nodes in the form of a mesh network to cover large areas and gain additional time to move UAS to safe zones

Operational assurance

Never tired, bored, or distracted – Casia G is a ground based surveillance system that continually monitors the airspace to ensure your UAS operation is safe from intruder aircraft.

Turnkey solution
Installation and maintenance provided by Iris Automation support engineers

Low cost with minimal management overhead

Reserves UAS payload
Without the need for onboard safety sensors, UAS power and payload capacity is made available

Scalable operations
RPIC can manage multiple drones and increase the scope and efficiency of operations

No FCC approval required
Unlike radar, Casia G is a passive system and does not need an FCC approval



Range: Unlimited for network, 2km average for single node

Temp: 0 to 60 degrees centigrade

Power: 45 Watts nominal, 60W peak

Weight: 4.2 kg

Conditions: Visual Meteorological Conditions day or night

Voltage: 12-36 V

Mount options: Various (wall, pole, etc.)

Footprint: 0.81 m2 per node

Let’s Get Started

Casia G has been tested in several Early Access Program trials across the United States and Canada. Beta installations are currently underway. To join the Beta program, please fill in the form below: