Following the drone sightings that shut down London Gatwick Airport in December, manufacturers of equipment to counter unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) say the technology is available and expressed frustration that airports and authorities are not being more proactive in meeting the threat. “We have a solution that is available now that can prevent a catastrophic event,” said Megan Farris, program director for CACI’s SkyTracker family of counter-UAV systems. “At a ...

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