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Send in the Drones – The Case for Critical Infrastructure Security

Updated: Apr 27

Securing and protecting critical infrastructure against all hazards is important to national security. Yet only recently have federal agencies started to test drones to protect important infrastructure and assets in the homeland. This article explores: where are the drone centurions guarding the majority of the nation’s most important assets?

Topics: critical infrastructure, physical security, drones, BVLOS, drone regulations, federal law

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