Then it was gone, a strange decision on the part of DJI to my mind, perhaps it was too much of a hot potato.
I thought it made perfect sense for DJI to make the gear for others to detect their own products and I am led to believe some other manufacturers.
Fitted at airports and used by police services around the world I wonder how long the support for fitted units will continue.
Was the release by students of code to track and disrupt DJI drones the straw that broke the camel’s back?
Time to leave the market and change protocols so best leave the old gear behind that they might not be able to modify for whatever they have in mind.
One thing I know for certain is all the other CUAS detection system manufacturers will be clapping hands.
No press release to accompany this, just the change in status on the sales page.