Drones’ increasing capabilities and performance impose an unprecedented threat to privacy and public security.
Within the period from 2014 to 2016 there has been a vast record of incidents: drone crash landings near the heads of different states, aircraft close calls, radioactive contamination of governmental objects, unauthorized aerial photography, buildings and structure collisions, industrial espionage, weapons and drugs smuggling into prisons. The rate of such episodes, as well as the possibility of full-scale drone-involving terror attacks, rises critically.
Anticipatory measures like obligatory UAVs registration is obviously insufficient to tackle this new hazard from above.
Passive and active protection from drones is an imperative for today’s security!