Drone detection and geolocation tracking solution provider Vorpal is collaborating with Microsoft and AT&T to try and develop a means of stopping air mishaps being caused by drones around areas where civilians are present.
Project Wing, an initiative of Alphabet, the parent company of Google, has been given the go-ahead to start delivery by drones in north Canberra, the company says, with the service to be initially available to 100 eligible homes in the suburbs of Crace, Palmerston and Franklin as part of an Early Flyer Program.
Law enforcement authorities can use data from drones to solve crimes in a number of ways, from using device information stored in the cloud, tracking flight logs, and finding a rogue drone’s home base, the chief operating officer of Oxygen Forensics, a digital forensics software company, says.
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