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Anti Drones on World Cup 2018

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Update time : 2018-06-13 10:34:24
Russia deploys drone-zapping technology to foil terrorists plotting to use flying machines to drop bombs on World  Cup 2018 stadiums

Russia will deploy pioneering military technology to prevent terrorists using drones to drop bombs on World Cup stadiums.
The equipment, pictured here for the first time, has been war-tested in Ukraine and Syria.
Drones are an effective way of landing explosives on targets, warned anti-terror chiefs.
Leaving nothing to chance, the FSB - Russia's security service - has ordered dozens of no-flight zones around stadiums and training facilities at the World Cup, which kicks off next month.
Army chief Valery Gerasimov has issued orders to set up jamming stations outside the 12 stadiums that would make remotely operating a drone impossible.




The equipment includes the R-934BMV Sinitsa, designed to suppress short waves radio connections

Jamming stations will be set up outside 12 stadiums

Russian authorities want to make remotely operating a drone impossible at the sites
The equipment includes the R-934BMV Sinitsa, designed to suppress short waves radio connections
Jamming stations will be set up outside 12 stadiums
Russian authorities want to make remotely operating a drone impossible at the 
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