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Some Ways to Prevent Drones Infringing on Your Privacy

in Here is your first Forum Tue Feb 07, 2017 5:25 pm
by karon • 3 Posts

Many people are tired of these days with unmanned aerial vehicles, especially the recent unmanned aerial vehicle development and they will provide all the different benefits of everyday life. Heck, we even made our fair UAV reviews, like Syma X5C and Parrot Bebop, thought they were great.

UAVs are taking over every industry, and sports are no exception. Here is what you need to know about this upcoming event and how to get involved.

While the UAV does change the future in astonishing ways, we can not forget that the UAV poses a serious risk to security and privacy. There are many UAV-related security threats awaiting transcendence of the horizon, and we've seen several examples of unmanned aerial vehicles that break personal privacy.

Fortunately, protection methods are currently being developed. Not all of these methods can be used at this moment, but it is still good to know them, so you can use them once they can be used.

1.Anti - UAV unmanned aerial vehicles

For the first time in 2015, Malou Tech demonstrated an anti-drone UAV: a larger and worse UAV equipped with a huge network for capturing and disabling smaller unmanned aerial vehicles. This may be an effective method, but in many cases, more subtle things are needed.

This is why the Rapere project has become very long. Instead of using the net, it is recommended to discard a string that can be wrapped around the rotor of the unmanned aerial vehicle. This means faster, more accurate targeting of unmanned aerial vehicles. Unfortunately, it seems that the project does not have more, but you can expect more ideas that will suddenly appear in the future.
2. Anti-Drone Birds

UAVs may be useful for intercepting UAVs, but if you're the kind of bad guy who wants to kick some nicknames on it, then you might want to look at anti-UAVs - in particular, eagles have been trained to solve UAVs from the sky.

In fact, some of these birds can even grab drones and return them all the way to their coach. If you are concerned about whether this process is harmful to birds, please be assured that birds are smart enough not to pull their claws off.

These birds are only in the Netherlands, only the police, but it is conceivable that other countries want to follow in some form.

3. Anti-Drone Jammers

If you need a more subtle way than physical interception, then the frequency interference may be you need, anti-UAV defense system (AUDS) is one such solution. It scans the UAV's sky and uses its own high-power radio signal to block its control signals.


Or if you need a more portable option, you can look at DroneDefender: a precise anti-UAV rifle that uses targeted radio signals to destroy UAV controls, roughly the same as the AUDS operation. It currently has a range of more than 1300 feet, but may be able to reach even farther versions in the future.Still you can buy high power jammers online now.

But there is a good reason not to use these types of devices: radar jammers may be illegal as you live. Do not even consider buying one until you are sure you will not be arrested.

4. UAV aircraft lasers

Anti-UAV lasers are similar anti-drone aerial jammers that interfere with their cameras in addition to interfering with UAV control signals. Digital cameras use optical sensors to pick up visual information, so if you use too many optical overload sensors, you can blindly.

Have you taken a video from your house and walked out the door? A few seconds, everything becomes really bright and white, is not it? This is basically a blinding laser's working principle. All you need is a low-power laser pointer and some good targets.

But be careful. Radiation laser entering the sky is not perfectly legal because you may accidentally plug a plane pilot or something like that. This is not an illegal radio harassment, of course, but you really need to be careful when playing with such a laser.

5. UAV detection system

As early as 2013, a group of engineers and computer scientists began a public facility called DroneShield. Through the raspberry core, it is able to detect the presence of an unmanned aerial vehicle with a microphone that can pick up frequencies that humans can not hear.

Once processed, the signal will be compared to the database to isolate it from daily noise and confirm that it is actually a UAV, and if so, the device will notify you by the UAV in the vicinity.

This particular project is considered, but DroneShield does have other enterprise-class UAS detection systems available for sale. No single-family homes

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