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Concerns rise over use of drones in a swarm attack

  • Jun 14, 2019
  • Categories: Counter Drone News

UK authorities will struggle to combat ‘frightening’ threat, warns specialist police officer.

A specialist police officer has warned that UK authorities will struggle to combat the “frightening” threat to UK infrastructure from drone attacks using emerging technologies. Sergeant Claire Dimmock of London’s Metropolitan Police counter-terrorism unit said the combination of artificial intelligence, facial recognition, encrypted communications, cryptocurrencies and 3D printing was “painting a frightening picture”.

Read Full Article: Financial Times

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