Small civilian drones are very popular right now – whether as toys or professional tools for recording videos. However, this also increases the risk of misuse, such as conducting espionage or even for carrying out terrorist attacks. In response, Tassilo Schwarz has developed a special defence system-technology that can identify unwanted drones and determine their position. The principle is as follows: Two digital cameras record the airspace to be monitored in stereo. If a drone penetrates this airspace, the system uses a sophisticated software program to keep it in view and to track its flight path. Using a directional microphone, the drone detection system is capable of even distinguishing buzzing multicopters from passing birds.
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