sUAS Developments in the News
The Boston Police Department Commissioner says it is ready to roll out the use of drones but Councilor Edwards says she would like to discuss the new technology with the police and community before putting it on the streets.
The White House is preparing to propose giving law enforcement and security agencies the authority to track and disable in flight civilian drones that present a threat.
The city has applied for federal permission to launch self-guided drones to collect video at the scene of gunshot reports coming from its ShotSpotter system.
The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office is receiving praises after they used a drone to help locate a missing woman with dementia.
In an attempt to assuage the concerns of privacy advocates, Boston Police Commissioner Bill Evans said Tuesday that the three drones his department bought earlier this year aren’t going to be used for anything “sinister.”