South Korea to invest KRW 42 billion in deployment of illegal drone response system

Monday 19 April 2021 | 08:19 CET | News
The South Korean government has announced plans to invest KRW 42 billion (approximately USD 37.6 million) by 2025 to develop a response system against illegal drones, Yonhap news agency reports. A consortium of 23 companies and research institutes, which includes the Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, the Korea Aerospace Research Institute and aerospace and defense firm LIG Nex1, will develop a response system designed to locate and neutralize illegal unmanned aircraft, Korea's Ministry of Science and ICT said.

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