Britain is taking initial steps to create a mobile national counterdrone capability to protect major events and key parts of the national infrastructure. Although aware of the potential benefits that small unmanned aircraft (UAS) systems can bring to the national economy, the country has also experienced the havoc they can wreak. Counterdrone strategy prompted by Gatwick Airport incidents UK drone registration required by law at end of November Last December, sightings of small UAS ...

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