Falcons might be the secret to defeating drones.
As unmanned aerial vehicles become cheaper and more accessible, everyone from police forces to the International Air Transport Association to the U.S. Military are looking for ways to overpower drones. Now zoology researchers at the University of Oxford think they might have the solution in nature.
In a study funded by the U.S. Air Force, researchers reviewed video and GPS data of peregrine falcons’ aerial hunting behavior and noticed some interesting patterns they think can apply to the development of drones intended to intercept other drones …
Fortune | Dec. 5, 2017