Gradually, drones are becoming more and more affordable for middle class people. It leads to conflicts caused by the illegal application of drones, for instance, video recording on the territory of private property or enterprise, prohibiting filming nearby.
The Australian company has developed a 6 kg “gun”, allowing to intervene drone operation. The device confuses signal, which means that a drone owner won’t be able to obtain information from drone cameras. A drone itself will either crash or flight back to the launch site. In the latter case, you will be even able to find out owner’s location.
DroneGun should hit the market in the near future. The cost of the device is still unknown.
UK government plans to take control of the drone piloting, obliging owners to pass special safety awareness tests. The draft...
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