Technology is evolving every day. What we now consider impossible may one day become a reality. One of the places where you can see this for yourself is Future Port Prague. This technology festival is one of the largest in Central Europe and we are glad to could have been a part of it.
While technology is indispensable for our lives, people should be aware of the fact that in the wrong hands it can cause great damage. And that's why co-founder of Eagle.One Ing. Martin Saska Ph.D. from CTU with our team presented a new anti-drone solution, the so-called "drone hunter".
The mission of the drone hunter is to autonomously catch the intruder into a net and to carry it safely to the ground. It could thus be applied in the premises of private factories, airports, military areas, or in prisons.
In recent years, we have witnessed countless incidents in which a seemingly harmless drone stopped air traffic for 3 days or illegally transferred drugs across national borders. And it was necessary to invent a new non-destructive solution that would facilitate work to reduce these risks.
We are honored that we were able to present a large part of our work at Future Port Prague and acquaint the audience with problems that the illegal use of drones poses.