The next time a drone is being bothersome, a ‘death ray’ might solve the problem.
Three companies in the UK (Blighter, Enterprise and Chess) have partnered up to develop a ‘gun’ that fires an interference signal at a drone, which pretty much just drops it cold onto the ground.
The Guardian reports it’s being marketed to airports and the US Government by Colorado-based Liteye.
As the FAA tightens drone regulations, this type of thing may not be necessary for consumers. But if there’s a job at my local airport that requires me to shoot down drones with an invisible laser — they can expect my CV.
➤ Watch an anti-drone ‘death ray’ in action [The Guardian]
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