30 Mar '16, 8pm

Remote-controlled flying cyborg beetles could replace drones

But there has been a backlash against the technology, with concerns raised about surveillance and safety risks. The UK called for stricter rules on drone management last year, while London police are considering using trained eagles to grab the vehicles from the sky following a rise in unmanned aircraft crime.

Full article: http://www.dezeen.com/2016/03/30/remote-controlled-flying...

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