Tuesday, 20 September 2016

DARPA wants eyes in the sky to track drones in cities

With quadcopters and other commercial drones becoming cheaper, more sophisticated, and numerous, the US military recognizes the potential security threat these tiny aircraft pose. In order to stay abreast of what drones are where, particularly in urban environments, DARPA has begun the Aerial Dragnet project to develop a system for detecting and tracking small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) at low altitude.

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Category: Drones


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