Tasers are considered “non-lethal” weapons that actually deliver electric shocks that shock but do not kill the attackers. The Exxon company, which specializes in teasers, has decided to apply it to riot drones used to fight, shoot and suppress riots.
Such acts of violence continue to escalate, especially in the United States, resulting in many injuries and deaths. As if that weren’t enough, only in 2022, to date, at least 198 incidents have already occurred in the states and that’s a very alarming statistic.
In this regard, Exxon Teaser has decided to expand its capabilities and apply it to riot drones that are specifically designed to finish shooting and prevent them.
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Rick Smith, CEO of Exxon, explained how the new drones would work: “Unfortunately, the only answer a shooter can get is to put another gunman in front of him. And instant direction.
So to create ExxonMobil drones, DronSense will be a short, straightforward thinking of the drone software platform for public safety and will create pointing algorithms to find targets and allow the operator to see very well and clearly thanks to the dense network of cameras. Supplied by Fusus Company.
Of course, the drone will not be left to operate autonomously but will always be controlled by a remote operator. Moreover, the purpose of these drones has always been to save human lives, and therefore no death as its purpose, even the lives of the attackers will be highly considered and efforts will be made to save it. Finally, it should be noted that these drones will be used exclusively for “high” purposes.
At the moment the processing and production of this drone is in the simulation stage: the company is actually conducting multiple tests to try to maximize the work of this teaser-equipped drone. But perhaps the first prototype could be ready next year and the first drone could finally be seen on the market in 2024.