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Why do more and more agencies need drone jammers?
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With the advent of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), we can discover more unknowns. However, in recent years, with the development of drones, their threats have become greater and greater.
FBI officials recently revealed that criminal groups are using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) to prevent a series of incidents that hinder the rescue of hostages. Highlights the need for unmanned aerial vehicle control (UAV).
Surveillance by law enforcement officers is how most criminals use unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Some criminal organizations use drones to intimidate witnesses: they continue to monitor the police station and the judiciary to learn about “people in the police station and who can cooperate with the police from there.
Therefore, a kind of anti-terrorism weapon signal blocker, an intercepting weapon for UAV signals appeared.
The importance of anti-drone jammers
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) also play an important role in robbery. In addition to documented intrusions, criminal gangs using drones also saw larger target facilities, looking for security breaches and routine procedures, such as when and where security personnel went.
In Australia, criminal groups have begun to use drones for complex smuggling activities. These teams supervise port staff. If workers are near illegal items or smuggled containers, criminal gangs will set fires, thefts or other false alarms to attract security guards.
Therefore, UAV jammer is very necessary at present. They can prevent these criminal activities and protect people's safety.
South Korea’s U.S. ambassador, Wu Jun, said that the Wi-Fi electronic chaos came from five regions of North Korea-Haeju, Yan'an, Pyongyang, Kongo and Kaesong-and "dangerously" affected the GPS.
US Customs and Border Protection Deputy Director Andrew Stern Weber (Andrew Scharnweber) described how drone cybercrime can be used to monitor border patrols, determine the vulnerability of its cover and profit from it.
"Border Patrol, our scouts are fighting people crossing the border. They are camping near the side of the mountain, from the police and radio stations that supervise the authorities. They keep their staff with us. Now, most of these activities are being blocked. No one succeeded him, adding that the criminal gang will use unmanned aerial vehicle transport (UAV) at the border, "almost afraid of being caught."
For this reason, the US government is preparing for the large-scale deployment of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).