German Company Will Launch An Anti Drone System

Posted: Nov 8 2016, 10:44am CST | by , in Cars & Vehicles


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German Company will Launch an Anti Drone System
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  • German company Deutsche Telekom is off to introduce Anti Drone system

The German company is off to work on anti-drone system in order to protect car companies from drones.

The recent news is that T-Mobile’s parent company Deutsche Telekom is all set to create a system to defend against drones. The company is going to develop a system by collaborating with a few other known companies.

The German publication company WeltN24 broke this news. According to them Deutsche Telekom is trying to build up a system that provide resources to ward off drones.

It will also allow the companies to keep unwanted drones at bay in order to create privacy. It will be used to keep these away from locations such as sports and political venues.

Automakers in US have legal protection in case of spying under the action of FAA guidelines concerning privacy. However the spies and auto enthusiasts tend to get the major scoops on the latest cars being developed at various plants through cameras of drones.

Any company does not likes their designs to leak before a desired time which is the reason that a number of auto companies will surely look for this kind of solution which is developed by Deutsche Telekom.

According to the German news company, many companies ae working with Deutsche Telekom in order to detect the drones and to avoid them from undesirable locations.

An organization named Dedrone has the ability to detect a drone from almost half a mile and was actually used by Las Vegas Police Department too, according to AutoBlog via Engadget.

The system is going to cost almost $275,000 for a company. However this kind of amount might be worth the security needed for the auto companies. If they need their designs not to be leaked before time then this kind of thing is needed by them.

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