AeroScope 5 August 2018. Nicolas Maduro sent a moving speech to the heart of Caracas, the capital of Venezuela. He was standing on the podium, standing talking to the corps parade. This event was broadcast live on television nationwide. One hour later, the President of Venezuela trembled. His eyes have spread. An unexpected thing went out.
It was a drone that carries explosives along the historic Bolivar street of the city. This is an attempt to assassinate using a remote pilot unmanned aerial vehicle. This is an unmanned machine that can be purchased at any electronics store with explosives.
Jai Galliott, a nonresident of the Modern War Institute, describes the event in Caracas as "a form of contemporary assassination".
Advances in consumer UAV technology mean that commercial UAVs are more stable in the atmosphere. They have a better communication system. They can lift heavy luggage. On the online less than $ 800, they are in the reach of ordinary people who want to sign up for adventure courses or to capture children's soccer games.
Drone also can incredibly destroy it, and everyone can get it. Is it possible to prevent villains from being used by terrorist attacks? The answer is hard to find.
Outside the radius, it is difficult.
Clearly in 2015, it was easy to show that vacation employees for the US government intelligence agencies easily penetrated into safe buildings easily. He borrowed two feet from the two foot DJI phantom UAV and accidentally carried him to the lawn of the White House. The official did not catch him. The White House radar is calibrated against the biggest threat like airplanes and missiles.
In 2016, the Kurdish army shot down a small drone.
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