【无人机“侵入”监狱 政府头疼寻帮助】

【无人机“侵入”监狱 政府头疼寻帮助】随着无人机的发展,运送毒品枪支到监狱已经不是什么新鲜事了,但这严重威胁监狱管理。,联邦监狱管理局希望借助高科技去阻止这件事的进一步恶化,希望研制出一个系统发现,跟踪无人机,并阻止无人机的恶性攻击,或运送违法物品的行为。

Drones aren't only used for getting in the way of important things and taking pretty aerial pictures -- they're also increasingly being used to smuggle items into prisons. Many reports have surfaced over the last couple years detailing efforts to smuggle everything from adult materials to drugs into prison grounds, and as a result, the Federal Bureau of Prisons is seeking an anti-drone system that will take them down.

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Recently, the Federal Bureau of Prisons submitted a Request for Information to the Office of Security Technology, and it is seeking “information related to a solution regarding protection from unmanned air vehicles.” It wants a system that is suitable for “countering, mitigating and/or interdicting the impact and possible nefarious intent of unmanned aerial system.”

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What kind of system that could end up being is anyone’s guess; at this point, the agency is merely seeking information on what kind of technologies and systems are available that could meet its needs. Ideally, the system will be able to identify the drones, track them, and then disable them.

Most importantly, this system would need to identify when a drone is a threat, versus a drone that has no ill intent and happens to be flying in the area. A minimum of 122 prisons in the U.S. would be protected by whatever system the BOP ends up using. A suitable solution may take a while to develop, however.


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