Airports have paid millions of dollars for technology protection from drones

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2019-01-07 22:15:06

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Airports have paid millions of dollars for technology protection from drones

In December 2018 Gatwick airport in the South of England did not work for 36 hours due to the suddenly appeared in the sky drones. Because of the danger of collision of a passenger aircraft with drones was cancelled about 1,000 flights, resulting in more than 140,000 people were forced tens of hours to wait for the resumption of work. The situation clearly showed authorities how tiny aircraft, politisk too close to runways can be big disturbance. In this regard, two airport announced the beginning of the use of technology for fast tracking and destroying drones.

The New technology has armed the English Gatwick and Heathrow. It is reported that they have invested millions of dollars on some "military grade device", which will not allow the approach of the drone to the ground takeoffs and landings of aircraft. Its exact name is not known, but the principle of its action is likely similar to that of Drone Dome, it was used to search for drones during the December incident in Gatwick.

Drone Dome is capable of tracking small flying objects within a radius of about 10 kilometers and to block communication between the device and managing them by the operator. System development deals with the Israeli firm Rafael, who believes that she copes with the neutralization of hostile drones used for aerial attacks and espionage operations. Known cases when criminals used the drones for the transfer of parcels into prisons, and, again, disrupt passenger flights.

Drones flying near airports, really dangerous. Faced with a small drone, the plane can crash in October is proved by scientists from the research Institute of the University of Daytona. In their published video can be viewed as a flying device and damage its internal parts.

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