Gatwick airport’s £1million military-grade anti-drone system that tracks and downs devices revealed, as chaos spreads to Heathrow with flights delayed after POLICE see rogue craft above runway

The technology deployed by Gatwick airport bosses to prevent further drone chaos has been revealed as an advanced system used by the U.S. military that can cost as little as £800,000.

It comes after disruption spread to Heathrow when flights were halted for nearly 90 minutes when police spotted a rogue craft above the runway.

New pictures taken at the airport on Friday show the Anti-Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Defence System, or AUDS for short, on the roof of the South Terminal in West Sussex …

The Daily Mail | Jan. 8, 2019

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