It could be the answer to the rising threat of drones – a ‘death ray’ that uses radio waves to disable them from up to a mile away.
The system is being shown off in Las Vegas amid growing concern over the threat from unmanned vehicles.
It uses high powered radio waves to disable drones, effectively blocking their communication and switching them off in midair.
‘If I can see it, I can kill it,’ said Rick Sondag, executive vice-president of Liteye Systems, which sells the device, and who debuted it at the Commercial Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Expo in Las Vegas this week, according to the Guardian.
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