Two UK companies aiming to detect unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) close to airports have trialed a new system that they say can detect not only the presence of the small vehicles but the location of their operator. Inability to locate the position of a UAV controller on the ground has made it virtually impossible for police to arrest those responsible for the growing number of incidents in which small aerial vehicles have come perilously close to colliding with aircraft. There have been ...

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