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Survelliance Drones that terrorists can’t escape :

Surveillance drones or unmanned aerial systems (UASs) raise significant issues for privacy and civil liberties. Drones are capable highly advanced surveillance, and drones already in use by law enforcement can carry various types of equipment including live-feed video cameras, infrared cameras, heat sensors, and radar.It looks like a “star trek” bird of prey but acts like a drone that the terrorists cannot escape. It is powered by the sun and can conduct missions without landing for 45 days.

Airbus defence and space calls the new drone the high altitude pseudo satellite (HAPS), but the main thing to know is, what is pseudo satellite? It is a satellite type capabilities like extreme survelliance, the capability that makes it specific is it can be modified with alternative technology.

Some military versions can stay in air the hours for hours or days at a time, and their high-tech cameras can scan entire cities, or alternatively, zoom in and read a milk carton from 60,000 feet. They can also carry wifi crackers and fake cell phone towers that can determine your location or intercept your texts and phone calls. Drone manufacturers even admit they are made to carry “less lethal” weapons such as tasers or rubber bullets.

Drones, officially called “unmanned aerial vehicles,” are used in Canada primarily for surveillance of various kinds, although photographers and film crews are also enthusiastic to exploit their capabilities. Understandably, the industry objects to the term “drones” because of the military connotations, but “drone” is the common term. It is unlikely that the Ottawa citizen was concerned about possible warheads, just about what the machine could see and why it was watching. More countries will also use it in improving their military and security affairs functionalities.

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