Re: £50k doesn't cut it for being "commercially exploitable"
I guess the 'commercially exploitable' means they don't need to pay any licensing, although of course they still need to pay for equipment.
For me, I think faffing about with e-solutions to detect/stop drones is stupid. Just put fishing nets all round and above prison yards. Cheap to install and maintain, and if fine enough would also stop stuff being lobbed over the walls. Job done
Can I have my 50 grand please?