Blinding drone paralyzer developed for Russian security officials
The blinding device causes temporary loss of vision without harmful health effects in a person.
A drone-paralyzer, equipped with a stun gun and a blinding laser, has been developed for Russian security officials. According to Interfax, this is reported by Advisor to the Director General of the Scientific and Production Association of Special Materials, Yury Klenov.
According to him, A drone weighing a little over a kilogram can carry a remote stun gun, as well as an LED or laser blinding device. The blinding device causes temporary loss of vision without harmful health effects in a person.
“A terrorist, criminal, or opponent can be neutralized even in a hide site or through a window pane,” Klenov said.
The drone is equipped with a camera that allows an operator to assess the situation on the ground and record video. Additionally, a loudspeaker, a siren, and a thermal imager can be installed on the drone.
It is assumed that the device can be used to control restricted areas. It can be used both in the city and in open or mountainous terrain.
This is not the first novelty in the arsenal of Russian law enforcement agencies. In April, the Federal Penitentiary Service presented a special transport to journalists, intended for transporting mothers with young children and convicted persons with disabilities. The presentation took place at the All-Russian meeting of the heads of the medical and sanitary units of the penitentiary system, dedicated to the 190th anniversary of prison medicine in the Russian Federation.
The detention is related to the investigation into the abduction and murder of Tatyana Sidorova, a deputy of the Ramenskoye District Legislature, and three members of her family, which occurred back in 2012.