Got a drone problem? And not a Ben Stein kind of drone problem but an actual, buzzing, flying, spy drone kind of an issue? Yeah, me either. But I’m glad to know that DroneShield is on the case. Check this out . . .
It’s mostly hollow polymer — lighter than it looks at 15 lbs. Point it at the drone and pull the trigger.
Drone gun then jams your pesky drone’s connection to its control unit and the drone returns home. If you’re feeling generous. The other mode scrambles the drone’s electronics so it doesn’t know where it is. Doomed to crash.
To keep drones away from a giant area — up to one mile from the base station — DroneShield’s DroneCannon will do the trick.
But that’s nowhere near as fun as the DroneGun must be!
Oooh, FDE for the Operators. Excellent.
Unfortunately, yes, as you’d expect the DroneShield products are only available to Federal agencies. Oh well. One day! Maybe a phased rifle in the 40 watt range?