Regulation
Security

Are the Dangers From Drones for Manned Aircraft Exaggerated and Should We Be More Concerned Over the Use of Lasers

British Airline Pilots Association Deems Lazars Enough of a Threat to Call "For Laser Pens to Reclassified as Offensive Weapons."

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Military
Security

Pentagon Report Justifies Deployment of Military Spy Drones Over the U.S.

According to a new report by a Pentagon inspector general, the Pentagon has in the past decade flown military spy drones over U.S. territory for non-military missions. The Pentagon established a policy allowing spy drones to be used for “homeland defense purposes in the U.S. and to assist in civil authorities.”

Security
Technology

High-Tech 'Bazooka' Fires a Net to Take Down Drones

From a range of up to 100 metres, one police officer could use this bazooka-style device to shoot a canister that opens up a net to capture a drone.

Security

Not in My Airspace: Airbus Rolls out Anti-Drone System

Airbus created an anti-drone system that was showcased in a Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this year. The system that can detect a drone, then track it, and jam the drone communications.