DroneCatcher drone-netting drone gets an upgrade

There are various places – such as airports, prisons and military bases – where people aren’t allowed to fly consumer drones. If someone does so anyway, it’s always possible to shoot the thing down or remotely disable it. Another option, however, is to net it in mid-air, using the new-and-improved DroneCatcher…
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