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Intercepting unlawful UAVs

Discussion in 'News' started by Khudson7, Feb 1, 2015.

  1. Khudson7

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    http://www.suasnews.com/2015/01/340...eptor-project-to-combat-unlawful-use-of-uavs/
     
  2. Vanvaz

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    DJI can do a Basil Zaharoff or Adnan Kashhoggi and sell to both sides in this war:)
     
  3. tvleaker

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    it's a good thing the Wright brothers didn't have to fend off this witch hunt or we still would be using wagon trains
     
  4. Meta4

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    Is there any evidence of a problem so far that the public need to be protected from?
    How does a drunk crashing a Phantom 1 on the Whitehouse lawn make amything any more vital?
    The Whitehouse incident may as well have been a stray frisbee or baseball for all the damage it could have done or the the intent of the drunken pilot.
    These "security" types are getting a hardon about nothing.
     
  5. sdtrojan

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    +1
     
  6. TeamYankee

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    This made me laugh...

    Bring it down in a controlled manner.. that's half the battle with DJI as it is!!