Saturday, May 4, 2013

Tiny Device Will Detect Domestic Drones

From:  InfoWars 

COMMENT - Now, I do not know that Craig has a relative named John.  He has brothers named Sterling and Larry, but they are both lawyers.  Sterling did finally get his license to practice law back, I understand, after that unfortunate misunderstanding.  

Of course, perhaps this is a relative, or whom I was unaware or even Craig in another persona finding a way to augment profits for GHS.  Inquiring minds do want to know. 

Jason Koebler US News & World Report

May 2, 2013
Worried about drones spying on you? Soon, a device might be able to send you text and email alerts that let you know when a drone is nearby.

A Washington, D.C.-based engineer is working on the “Drone Shield,” a small, Wi-Fi-connected device that uses a microphone to detect a drone’s “acoustic signatures” (sound frequency and spectrum) when it’s within range.

The company’s founder, John Franklin, who has been working in aerospace engineering for seven years, says he hopes to start selling the device sometime this year. He is using the Kickstarter-like IndieGoGo to finance the project.

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