Oregon company to sell drone defense tech

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Friday, March 15, 2013
Oregon City-based Domestic Drone Countermeasures plans to sell technology to the public that disables unmanned aircraft.

 

"I was personally concerned and I think there's a lot of other people worried about this," says Timothy Faucett, a lead engineer on the project. "We've already had many inquiries, a lot of people saying 'Hey, I don't want these drones looking at me.'"

Domestic Drones Countermeasures was formed as a spin-off company from Aplus Mobile, which sells rugged computer processors to defense contractors—though the company won't discuss its specific technology because it is still applying for several patents. Faucett says that work has helped inform its anti-drone technology.

Read more at US News & World Report.

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0 #1 tomeGuest 2013-03-16 07:50:10
Maybe Oregon has not failed us as bad as our Government!Been trying to figure how to shoot them down!
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0 #2 U.S.CitizenGuest 2013-03-18 20:31:06
Yes! Jobs for Americans! I like this company and their guts to do this for all of us. Count me in.
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