OREGON CITY, Ore. - An Oregon City company says it has developed technology to detect drones and alert people when one is hovering nearby.
Tim Faucett of Domestic Drone Countermeasures told KGW antennas detect a transmitter and software determines if it fits the profile of a drone. Then the user is notified by text or email.
The company is raising money through Kickstarter and expects a drone detector unit will sell for about $500.
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