No Drone Zone

Published in News on 8/17/2018

“All airspace over the Laboratory (LANL) is protected right now against unauthorized drone or [unmanned aircraft systems] UAS flights,” said Michael Lansing, head of the Laboratory’s security operations. “We can detect and track a UAS and if it poses a threat we have the ability to disrupt control of the system, seize or exercise control, confiscate, or use reasonable force to disable, damage or destroy the UAS.”

Tagged Under: Emergency Technology, Facility Preparedness

The Laboratory (LANL) has deployed a system to counter all unauthorized unmanned aircraft systems over its restricted airspace and an additional FAA designated “No Drone Zone.”

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