Detect and Avoid Systems
for Unmanned Aircraft​

Mission Proven Solutions, Ready When You Are​

Sagetech serves up the most advanced technology core for type certifiable detect and avoid (DAA) systems for unmanned aircraft. Whether you’re flying for civil beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) industrial applications or coming on line with new urban air mobility (UAM) platforms, Sagetech can assist you with ACAS-based situational awareness components and system design today.

Miniature. Tiny SWaP-C. Plug and play integration. Our solutions are proven on unmanned platforms for more than a decade, and ready to take off today.
















Sagetech offers ACAS-based, certifiable DAA components and system design.

Today.

MXR

BUILD YOUR OWN

WITH PROVEN SOLUTIONS

Sagetech’s new MXR Mode S interrogator for UAVs and eVTOLS delivers omni-directional active surveillance and ADS-B track validation from a single miniature SWaP solution. Includes complete ADS-B In and Out and flexible I/O featuring Ethernet.

Small, powerful, and ready to serve, Sagetech’s next-gen MXS micro transponder provides Mode S and integrated ADS-B In/Out for worldwide compliance of your unmanned system. Featuring antenna diversity and Ethernet connectivity, this transponder provides the ultimate in visibility and safety.

Pair them up in your DAA system to deliver a type certifiable solution. 

LET US HELP YOU

DAA SYSTEM DESIGN

Whether you need assistance with your system design or you’d like to see our DAA system roadmap, we’d love to talk.

Easier integration. Significantly reduced SWaP-C. Type certification and ACAS Xu and ACAS Xr compliances. We understand the drivers and requirements of this market and can guide you there.

Contact us to preview our ACAS-based DAA solution and see how we can deliver the integration and engineering expertise it will take to launch your program.

Partnerships

Sagetech is forming partnerships across the industry to create DAA technology solutions.

Learn about our partnership with Hover, Inc. that includes an MXS micro transponder, an MXR micro interrogator, and an embedded computer.

Detect and Avoid for UAM: A Tutorial