Private cos seek 6 months to develop anti-drone technology | Hyderabad News

HYDERABAD: As identifying and negating a drone attack has become a new challenge on the international border in Jammu & Kashmir, central security agencies on Monday got into a huddle with private companies to find feasible solutions to foil the designs of enemies. A few days ago, a drone attacked an Indian Air Force (IAF) station in Jammu.
The summit was organised by National Industrial Security Academy (NISA) in Hakimpet on ‘Application of Drones and Anti-Drone Technologies’ and it was attended by representatives from Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), College of Defence Management, Air Force and other security establishments. During the meeting, representatives of private companies gave demonstrations about the different available solutions using drones for various security-related issues. With regard to anti-drone technologies, the security agencies were looking for on ground solutions. The firms sought six months before they could develop anti-drone technologies.
A company…