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Drones to disperse crowds of protesters will be tested in Africa- VIDEO PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 June 2014 05:00

Drones to disperse crowds of protesters will be tested in Africa - remotely controlled helicopters, equipped with cameras and shooting tear gas capsules, learn to control and disperse the crowds of protesters. Drones called Skunk Riot Control Copter are able to fix the possible violation of the order by cameras. Built-in speakers can transmit the assembled police orders. paintball gun capable of firing projectiles at people with dyes, tear gas or traumatic plastic bullets. Flying robot was built by the South African Desert Wolf. One fully equipped drone having infrared cameras and eight engines, complete with ground control station will be sold for 46,000 dollars. The device can be controlled from the ground with two pilots - one responsible for flying drone, while the second carries shooting. The first batch of these drones will be used in the mines of South Africa at the end of this month. In this area, the powerful workers' strike led to armed clashes. Mine owners hope that by ordering expensive flying installation will pacify disgruntled a miners with tear gas and sirens, VIDEO:


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