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  Posted on: Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Researchers Use AI to Spot Drone Pilots
InfoSecurity-Magazine.com, by: Danny Bradbury, July 7,2020
Locating the pilots of malicious drones is a pressing issue. In December 2018, Gatwick Airport had to close its runways to avoid drones flying dangerously close. Officers believed that it was a deliberate attack on the airport. The same thing happened at Heathrow Airport just a few weeks later.

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