High-tech drones are causing a lot of controversy. On the one hand, people love the high-resolution photography of camera drones, but on the other hand, people are also worried about whether drones will become surveillance tools.
High-tech drones have good image quality and flight performance, and the aerial photography of drones is even more eye-catching. As for whether drones are suspected of invading privacy, drone pilots are also required to comply with regulations and ensure legal and compliant flights.
A drone pilot may have unknowingly or intentionally recorded my property, violating privacy, what should I do? Can I stop drones correctly?
Drones are the legal property of others, and generally speaking, you cannot interfere with or damage other people's private property. For sensitive areas, such as prisons, airports, schools, public departments, offices, sports venues, etc., drones will be prohibited from taking off.
If a drone is in a no-fly zone and takes off to take photos, the relevant area will prevent this behavior, which may damage your drone and fine the drone pilot.
How to properly jam a drone?
If the drone breaks into a sensitive area and conducts surveillance, photo and video surveillance. Jamming drones is something you have to do.
Most drones use drone electromagnetic waves for drone communication and drone image transmission. To achieve maximum interference from drones is to interfere with the drone's electromagnetic waves, causing the drone to lose signal connection. The drone It will descend or return to the original location.
Skyfend has launched two drone jammers, Skyfend Hunter and Skyfend Blade. These two drone jammer signal jammers can cover the full frequency band of drone signals and accurately interfere with and block the approach of illegal drones.
Skyfend Blader | Anti drone jammer
Blader is a portable jammer for SUAVs. Featuring countermeasures for UAV flight control, map transmission, and GNSS bands, it can repel drones or force them to crash to solve the threat of rogue SUAVs.
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To avoid the intensification of drone crises and conflicts, drone pilots should pay attention to their drone flying behavior, maintain safe flying, improve privacy protection awareness, and fly drones under legal and regulatory conditions. Once the drone is interfered with and loses connection, it is very likely that it will be unable to return, or it will lose control and crash on the way back, or lose obstacle avoidance and other accidents. Please cherish your drone!