Oregon Company to Sell Drone Defense Technology to Public | Rise of the Drones | Scoop.it
The company says it won't knock drones down, but will stop them from 'completing their mission.'

 

The company, called Domestic Drone Countermeasures, was founded in late February because some of its engineers see unmanned aerial vehicles—which are already being flown by law enforcement in some areas and could see wider commercial integration into American airspace by 2015—as unwanted eyes in the sky.

 

The company will sell land-based boxes that are "non-offensive, non-combative and not destructive." According to the company, "drones will not fall from the sky, but they will be unable to complete their missions."