Oct 12, 2018

Sky battles: Fighting back against rogue drones

Rogue drones have nearly caused air accidents, have been used as offensive weapons, to deliver drugs to prisoners, and to spy on people. Other security firms have installed net capture tech into interceptor drones that can lock onto a rogue drone and disable it in mid-air. Metis Aerospace boss Tony Burnell says: "We're looking at the protection of privacy and illegal and nuisance drones around football stadia, sports events, music venues and so on." A series of sensors around the perimeter of the prison identify any incoming drones. As most drones are programmed to return to their last point of control if the signal is lost, it gives law enforcement a chance to track the drone and trace the operator.

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