Robotic Falconry – Drone Catcher System for Removing the Intruding Drones

Proof of concept prototype of a drone catcher system to intercept and physically remove the intruding multi-rotor drones from the protected areas (patent pending). This system offers a viable solution when force-landing or shooting the drones would jeopardize the safety.
Source: Human-Interactive Robotics Lab (HIRoLab)
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Robotic Falconry - Drone Catcher System for Removing the Intruding Drones. The Future of Drones, Anti-Drone Technology, MIT, Human-Interactive Robotics Lab, HIRoLab

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