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  1. The custom built DJI s1000 Drone in operation at Palm Beach on July 4, 2014 in Sydney, Australia. Commercial and recreational UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) sales in Australia have regulators concerned about safety, privacy and security, while the commerc

    Gatwick Drone Incident Boosts Israeli Tech Company

    Skylock, which specializes in catching and downing drones by interrupting their frequencies, has seen a 40 percent increase in inquiries after reports of a rogue drone caused chaos at London’s Gatwick airport last week. Product manager Asaf Lebovitz said Skylock’s Drone Dome service was initially designed to target military devices in Syria, but now airports in North America and Europe are interested in its technology. Israel’s Civil Aviation Authority described such systems as crucial to countering drone activity by operators who are unconcerned by regulations.

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