DroneDefender Rifle

Oct 16, 2015

Category: Tech

Although it looks like a weapon right out of Destiny Battele’s DroneDefender is actually designed specifically to bring down drones using disruptive radio waves.

This counter-weapon sends a beam of waves at any RC drone that it’s pointed at, stopping hostile drones in their flight path. It’s completely harmless to things that aren’t drones, as it uses a radio control frequency disruption technology that only targets the frequency the drone is using to operate. It is extremely easy to use, as users just point the rifle at the drone and it shuts down. It can be used from up to 400 meters away from the drone it’s trying to take out of the skies. It’s a safe option for dealing with disruptive drones that might be gathering intel at military bases or the White House lawn. [Purchase]

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