With the emergence of unmanned aircraft (UAV), we can explore more unknown worlds. However, in recent years, with the development of drones, it is not entirely a good thing to carry it. Officials of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) recently revealed that criminal gangs organized using drone incidents have made hostage rescue difficult, which highlights the need to regulate drones (UAVs). ).
Law enforcement personnel use unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) to monitor criminals. Some criminal organizations have been using drones to monitor witnesses: they continue to monitor police stations and jurisdictions to understand who is inside and outside the police station and who can cooperate with the police. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) also play an important role in theft and other aspects. In addition to documented thefts, criminal gangs using drones are also looking for larger target facilities, discovering security vulnerabilities and routine procedures, such as where to go for security personnel. The powerful drone jammers can interfere with the drone flight, thereby greatly reducing the occurrence of various crimes.
In Australia, criminal gangs have begun using drones and plan to implement complex smuggling activities. These teams will supervise port personnel. If workers or smuggling containers near illegal goods stores, criminal gangs issue fires, robbery or other false alarms, they will attract security personnel.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection In the United States, Andrew Scharnweber, deputy director, described how cybercrime uses unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to monitor border patrols, determine their vulnerability in coverage areas and Used. “Border patrol, our scouts are fighting people crossing the border. They are camping near the top of the mountain, and law enforcement personnel and radio let their associates surround us. Now these activities are he added that the criminal gang will use unmanned in the border Machine for drug trafficking.