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More CA Police Agencies Look to $30K ‘Drone Killer’ Tech

The Oceanside Police Department recently acquired San Diego County’s first drone killer, an electronic device that can disable a drone in the sky and force it back to the ground. Other area law enforcement agencies also are considering the technology … Continue reading

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Police using ‘drone killers’ to disable flying devices in emergency situations

Drones have been used for a lot more than making videos and delivering pizzas. They have dropped drugs into prison yards, scouted out illegal border crossings and grounded lifesaving efforts by accidentally wandering into the flight paths of firefighting aircraft. … Continue reading

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States Explore Drone Technologies to Improve Data, Save Time

Drone programs can expand traffic management and bridge inspection opportunities for states, but they can also create savings to benefit other projects, according to one transportation official whose agency has been using the devices for nearly a year. The Arizona … Continue reading

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House Bill Would Punish Crimes Committed by Aerial Drones

Michigan’s House has passed a bill holding drone operators criminally liable for any mischief wreaked by the unmanned aerial vehicles. Lawmakers voted Thursday on a five-bill bundle of regulations that includes a provision calling for punishment of crimes committed via … Continue reading

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