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as simple as attacking the drone
although the thought of shooting a malicious drone out of the sky may bring some satisfaction, realistically a fast-moving drone crashing towards the ground brings its own hazards, especially over crowds
methods of interdiction in use today can be as simple as nets to entangle the drone or as complicated as hijacking the drone’s communications link by spoofing the protocol
one popular system is to jam the radio frequency link between the drone and its operator
but by far the coolest looking interdiction technique are trained eagles
this dutch project was cancelled a few months ago, as the eagles were more difficult to control than anticipated, although there is still a programme in place in switzerland
fortem technologies has a similar solution based on a drone which hunts other drones: it patrols a set airspace and captures any drone that enter its territory, dragging it away to a safe area where it can be let go or discarded
presumably, these are easier to control than the raptors, who are probably miffed that there isn’t even a morsel of flesh on the prey they have just captured
the challenge is to find cost-effective measures that can deal with a wide range of different drones to cover a large area with as few false reports as possible
in addition, many areas need to distinguish between legitimate drone use and rogue drones operating unauthorised
many airports already use ground-based counter-uas technology, sometimes referred to as electronic fences, which are designed to protect areas and facilities
denver airport, for example, has recently installed an airfence which alerts air traffic control of drones within a six-mile radius if a drone continues into protected airspace, the airfence attempts to shut down its radio frequency
but this technology is large and stationary – it can’t be moved quickly and it may have blind spots
it isn’t much use for protecting a moving target, like a convoy, or for temporary hotspots where a drone can cause havoc such as public events
which brings us to the ixi dronekiller: a hand-held counter-uas system meant for manual use
it looks like a kid’s futuristic gun, sort of big and plasticy
the manufacturer, a technology company called ixi technology, describes it as rugged and security personnel-proof with easy-to-use controls
it’s 61 cm (24 inches) long and weighs 3
5 kilos (7½ pounds) – less than an adult cat or one and a half times the weight of a chihuahua
ok, that might not be on the official specifications but it makes it clear: the drone killer is easily carried around on your person
the unit is so simple, you can train someone to use it in less than a minute
but that’s where the similarities to a children’s toy stops
you point it like a rifle and fire
the drone killer generates radio-frequency output in large amounts to disrupt the command and control link between the uas and the operator
what happens next depends on how the system is programmed to function once it has lost its connections
many drones hover in place and then descend slowly to land
others return ‘home’ – coordinates set by the operator or the location where the uas was launched from
if the drone lands on the spot, you can simply pick up the drone and disable it
for drones that return to their launch point, it is often possible to track down the rogue operators, who with any luck are still staring at their controls wondering why the drones have stopped doing as they are told
some drones can be automated to follow a set course, for example for filming, and thus don’t require a connection to the operator
in this case, the drone killer can interfere with the drones satellite link for gps, which again will cause most drones to hover in place or land
the drone killer fires in a 30° cone and it takes less than three seconds to disable most uavs within its range of half a mile, or almost 2,500 feet
it can shoot down disrupt uavs for up to four hours
you can also set the drone killer to sensor mode, changing the gun into a radio frequency scanner which will alert you of drone operation radio frequencies over a two mile radius for up to eight hours
because it is powered with rechargeable li-ion batteries, the unit is easily rechargeable using your car’s 12-volt power point
it’s easy to see why the police might be interested in such a unit, allowing for a direct response against an authorised drone operating in their area
the police use drones themselves as well, of course, mainly for surveillance ranging from criminal investigations to search and rescue missions
a drone can cover a wide area quickly
some examples of drones supporting police work include keeping up with a robber fleeing from the scene as well as track down a missing alzheimer’s patient who couldn’t find the way back home
but with consumer drone ownership skyrocketing (as of january 2018, over one million drone users were registered with the federal aviation administration), it’s no surprise

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